Hilary Schofield of Hope Reins helps Keren Mestas, 10, into the saddle at Hope Reins, a nonprofit that works with children who are dealing with problems such as grief or trauma. The ranch has a new home off Route 98 near North Raleigh.
Hilary Schofield of Hope Reins helps Keren Mestas, 10, into the saddle at Hope Reins, a nonprofit that works with children who are dealing with problems such as grief or trauma. The ranch has a new home off Route 98 near North Raleigh. Sarah Barr sbarr@newsobserver.com
Hilary Schofield of Hope Reins helps Keren Mestas, 10, into the saddle at Hope Reins, a nonprofit that works with children who are dealing with problems such as grief or trauma. The ranch has a new home off Route 98 near North Raleigh. Sarah Barr sbarr@newsobserver.com

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