Love for horses

Photos by Traci Westcott/The Herald
Mya Menke, 11, of Holland, rides Peanut at Hill Creek Stables in Huntingburg on Wednesday. Mya has been riding at Hill Creek since they opened in September 2018. "I just always loved horses," Mya said. "They are my favorite animal so I wanted to ride them." 
Ashley Ramirez of Huntingburg gets a kiss from a horse named Hallie at Hill Creek Stables in Huntingburg on Wednesday. Ramirez is an assistant riding instructor at Hill Creek and helps out at the stable.
Aylnn Gogel, 6, of Ferdinand, holds a barn cat at Hill Creek Stables in Huntingburg on Wednesday. Aylnn's sister, Kynsley, takes riding lessons at the stable.
Kynsley Gogel, 9, of Ferdinand and riding instructor Morgan Green put a saddle onto Thumbelina before a riding lesson at Hill Creek Stables in Huntingburg on Wednesday.



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