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    Innovative Program Gives Men and Horses a Second Chancei
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    December 21, 2013 6:38 PM
    VOA’s Julie Taboh takes us to a prison farm in the state of Virginia where inmates are gaining valuable job skills as they learn to care for retired racehorses, that in turn receive attention and a well maintained facility.

    Innovative Program Gives Men and Horses a Second Chance

    Published December 21, 2013

    VOA’s Julie Taboh takes us to a prison farm in the state of Virginia where inmates are gaining valuable job skills as they learn to care for retired racehorses, that in turn receive attention and a well maintained facility.


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