Kentucky Children's Hospital patient Kyra Smith, 5, walked up to see Magic the miniature therapy horse on Thursday as Magic, being held by Jorge Garcia-Bengochea, paid a visit to the hospital.
Kentucky Children's Hospital patient Kyra Smith, 5, walked up to see Magic the miniature therapy horse on Thursday as Magic, being held by Jorge Garcia-Bengochea, paid a visit to the hospital. Herald-Leader
Kentucky Children's Hospital patient Kyra Smith, 5, walked up to see Magic the miniature therapy horse on Thursday as Magic, being held by Jorge Garcia-Bengochea, paid a visit to the hospital. Herald-Leader

Therapy horse meets Kentucky Children's Hospital patients

July 10, 2014 04:05 PM

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