Hallie Adams, 7, played pat-a-cake with Martha Wiedemann while lying across Wanda, a Norwegian Fjord horse, during her weekly hippotherapy session. Hallie, who was born with cerebral palsy, is helped to manipulate her legs during the game. Photo by Tom Eblen | Staff
Hallie Adams, 7, played pat-a-cake with Martha Wiedemann while lying across Wanda, a Norwegian Fjord horse, during her weekly hippotherapy session. Hallie, who was born with cerebral palsy, is helped to manipulate her legs during the game. Photo by Tom Eblen | Staff Herald-Leader
Hallie Adams, 7, played pat-a-cake with Martha Wiedemann while lying across Wanda, a Norwegian Fjord horse, during her weekly hippotherapy session. Hallie, who was born with cerebral palsy, is helped to manipulate her legs during the game. Photo by Tom Eblen | Staff Herald-Leader

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