Students Get Equine Education

Fourth-Graders Experience Live Horses, Literature

Posted: April 17, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Children were encouraged to horse around at Barker Middle School on Tuesday.

At A Glance

Horse Tales Literacy Project

Tim Farley and Mark Miller started the project in 1999. Farley is a son of the late Walter Farley, author of “The Black Stallion” books. Miller is owner of the Arabian Nights Dinner Attraction in Kissimmee, Fla. The project is both a school-based and community programs where activities are developed around Walter Farley’s books and other classic horse literature.

Source: HorseTalesLiteracy.org

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