PLYMOUTH COUNTY, Iowa (KCAU) — Animal lovers were getting in the Halloween spirit Sunday at the Prairie Rose Equestrian Center’s second annual “Trick-or-Trot.”
Families went from stall to stall, gathered candy from the horses, even painted a horse. Organizers say the event is a great way to inspire future equestrians.
“Introduce kids at a young age to riding a horse, to learning about a partnership with a horse, it goes so much more beyond just riding a horse,” said volunteer Angela Catton.
This year, over a hundred kids got to experience riding horseback.
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