Toby, a therapy horse at the Barnabas Horse Foundation, Murrell's Inlet, SC, scratches an itchy back as he rolls in the pasture following a therapy session with trauma therapist Jacquie Campman, a Not Fake News subscriber.
Toby is one of several Barnabas horses to which Jacquie has access as she provides counseling to her patients who have suffered some form of trauma.
"Toby is a gentle giant," Jacquie said. "He's in tune with everyone's emotional needs. He's an incredible creature."
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