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Dylan Allan puts his 14-year-old quarter horse Dodger through his paces on Sunday morning at the Thunderbird Equestrian Show Park. Allan, who is a competitive rider despite being legally blind, was participating in a demonstration by Pacific Riding For Developing Abilities of Langley. The show park hosted a country market on the weekend. - Dan Ferguson/Langley Times
Dylan Allan puts his 14-year-old quarter horse Dodger through his paces on Sunday morning at the Thunderbird Equestrian Show Park. Allan, who is a competitive rider despite being legally blind, was participating in a demonstration by Pacific Riding For Developing Abilities of Langley. The show park hosted a country market on the weekend.
— image credit: Dan Ferguson/Langley Times
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