Ebony Horsewomen's Products for Everyone, Everyday Founded in 1984, EHI Equestrian and Therapeutic Center is a nationally recognized 501(c) (3) nonprofit equine therapeutic organization. For the past thirty-five years, EHI has encouraged a positive change in adults and children using equine-assisted psychotherapy, equine-based programming, and therapeutic riding. We offer these services from our beautiful facility within the historic 693-acre Keney Park in Hartford, CT. EHI operates holistic equestrian programming, therapeutic riding, equine youth programs, and equine therapeutic workshops. EHI's equine therapeutic and support programs have helped improve the lives of our participants tremendously. Click on the store link in our main menu above to visit the store.
Bueckers scored 31 points — including a dramatic game-sealing 3-pointer in overtime — against one of the best defenses in the country as No. 2 UConn edged top-ranked South Carolina last Monday. Bueckers leads the Huskies in multiple categories — scoring average (21.1 points), minutes played (36.6), 3-point percentage (55.4), assists (91), and steals (39) — as a freshman.
WASHINGTON (ABC7): Petal Share founder Heather Lawson is arranging special gift baskets for the women of Hyacinth's Place, a 15-unit affordable housing program that provides comprehensive therapeutic and social re-integration services. "What we wanted to do this year for Valentine's Day, make them feel special, make them feel extra loved, let them know they haven't been forgotten," said Heather Lawson.
Hi readers! We are back from a short break, as we were in the middle of covering a historic election. From unprecedented LGBTQ representation to a record number of GOP women elected to the House, the election generated many wins for communities on both sides of the aisle.
On Twitter, the trainer, Eric Guillot, denied that the name was offensive, but he had directed it at a Black television analyst. The horse ended up with a new name. The trainer Eric Guillot with a different horse, Southern Phantom, in 2018.Credit...Nathaniel Brooks for The New York Times. The New York Racing Association on Saturday barred a prominent trainer from competitions on its circuit for changing the name of one of his horses to a racial slur and taunting a Black analyst for the horse racing network TVG.