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Kids Horse Around on Winter Break in North Salem

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Caitlyn Kmetz, 6, rides Mouse, with instruction from barn manager Amanda Niemann. Credits: Tabitha Pearson Marshall
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Frankie Cambareri, 7, on Couscous, gets some instruction from Amanda Niemann and Livi Kadow. Credits: Tabitha Pearson Marshall
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Hailey Hewitt, 10, takes Barbie over a jump. Credits: Tabitha Pearson Marshall
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Anna Konon and Alina Abrams, both 8, give Couscous a good brushing. Credits: Tabitha Pearson Marshall
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Antonio Cambareri, 9, grooms Mouse. Credits: Tabitha Pearson Marshall
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Credits: Tabitha Pearson Marshall
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NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-Summit Farm at 24 Bloomer Road hosted a winter break riding camp for kids from Feb. 19-23. Children of all ages attended daily riding sessions from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and learned horsemanship skills and stable management.

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