When Bobbi Thies retired from her career as an art teacher in Milford, she wanted to be a full-time artist with a part-time job at Cincinnati Therapeutic Riding and Horsemanship (CRH). But as one of the founders of the riding center (with Sue Radabaugh and Childress Rodgers), her love of horses turned CRH into a full-time passion.

For people with cognitive and physical disabilities, CRH teaches horsemanship skills such as riding, dismounting, tacking and grooming. The center also offers "hippotherapy," which uses a horse's modality to help patients with movement dysfunction.

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