CLARK — The earthy smell of hay and manure s the weathered barn where Sharon Marohl’s teaching horses reside. Several cats slink around the barn; a calico scales the rafters, and a tabby named Tuff claws his way up the sleeve of Marohl’s right arm and perches on her shoulder.
The Horse Farm provides riding and life lessons
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