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Horse Clinic, Healing Ride Come To Frazer

Horse Clinic, Healing Ride Come To Frazer Horse Clinic, Healing Ride Come To Frazer

Creator’s Game organizers hosted a horsemanship clinic at Frazer June 16. Clinicians helped young people learn about horses and horse culture while getting opportunities to ride and gather other skills.

On June 17, a healing ride was held from Nashua to Frazer. Organizers said in a social media post the ride was “16 miles of prayers and good energy.”

Organizer Carrie Manning said, “The youth from the Frazer community came out to participate and instructor Samantha Reed shared her expertise of basic horsemanship. The riders stayed in prayer for their relatives and friends who may have addictions to drugs or alcohol. The horse is good medicine and our youths prayers are powerful.”

Reed told to the Northern Plains Independent, “[The healing ride] was a great day. Lots of sun. Nice turnout. And it was very refreshing and good for the soul. It was really amazing to be able to associate the horse with healing.”

The ride was a collaboration of horses, owners and support from Native Connections, Fort Peck Community College, NDO Youth Council, Spotted Bull Treatment Center, SBRRC, Fort Peck Tribes Department of Law and Justice, RezKast Radio and the Red Bottom Committee.

Guests were fed biscuits and gravy, eggs and sausage for breakfast and hot dogs and brats for lunch.

Check the Creator’s Game Facebook group for information about future events or contact Ernie Big Horn at 406-853-6631 or Carrie Manning at 406-650-4456.

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