A gift horse indeed: Equestrian vaulting opens doors for children with disabilities

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Salt River Vaulters aims to allow students to learn the sport of equestrian vaulting and participate in therapeutic vaulting. Like gymnastics on a horse, therapeutic vaulting allows students to practice their communication and motor skills with others. (Mary Grace Grabill/Cronkite News)

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Salt River Vaulters aims to allow students to learn the sport of equestrian vaulting and participate in therapeutic vaulting. Like gymnastics on a horse, therapeutic vaulting allows students to practice their communication and motor skills with others. (Mary Grace Grabill/Cronkite News)

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