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Volunteers help Mee Jee Yeargain of Annapolis, Md., who is blind and autistic, ride at Maryland Therapeutic Riding, Crownsville, Md., Thursday, April 10, 2014. Maryland Therapeutic Riding uses horses as therapy for kids and adults suffering from a range of physical and mental handicaps. They will be hosting a Derby Day on May 3 to raise money for their organization. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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Cindy Johnson loaned her horse Davos to Maryland Therapeutic Riding as an equine therapist.

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Volunteers assist autistic riders Mee Jee Yeargain, left, and Charles Chevalier, right, both of Annapolis, Md., as they ride at Maryland Therapeutic Riding, Crownsville, Md., Thursday, April 10, 2014. Maryland Therapeutic Riding uses horses as therapy for kids and adults suffering from a range of physical and mental handicaps. They will be hosting a Derby Day on May 3 to raise money for their organization. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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Autistic rider Charles Chevalier is lead around the stables at Maryland Therapeutic Riding, Crownsville, Md., Thursday, April 10, 2014. Maryland Therapeutic Riding uses horses as therapy for kids and adults suffering from a range of physical and mental handicaps. They will be hosting a Derby Day on May 3 to raise money for their organization. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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Instructor in training Vanessa Siemenn, right, watches as volunteers help assist autistic rider Charles Chevalier as he rides at Maryland Therapeutic Riding, Crownsville, Md., Thursday, April 10, 2014. Maryland Therapeutic Riding uses horses as therapy for kids and adults suffering from a range of physical and mental handicaps. They will be hosting a Derby Day on May 3 to raise money for their organization. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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Volunteers assist autistic riders Mee Jee Yeargain, right, and Charles Chevalier, left, both of Annapolis, Md., as they ride at Maryland Therapeutic Riding, Crownsville, Md., Thursday, April 10, 2014. Maryland Therapeutic Riding uses horses as therapy for kids and adults suffering from a range of physical and mental handicaps. They will be hosting a Derby Day on May 3 to raise money for their organization. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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Volunteers assist autistic riders Mee Jee Yeargain and Charles Chevalier, right, both of Annapolis, Md., as they ride at Maryland Therapeutic Riding, Crownsville, Md., Thursday, April 10, 2014. Maryland Therapeutic Riding uses horses as therapy for kids and adults suffering from a range of physical and mental handicaps. They will be hosting a Derby Day on May 3 to raise money for their organization. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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Volunteer Edna Marsteller, left, gets a high five as she helps assist autistic rider Charles Chevalier as he rides at Maryland Therapeutic Riding, Crownsville, Md., Thursday, April 10, 2014. Maryland Therapeutic Riding uses horses as therapy for kids and adults suffering from a range of physical and mental handicaps. They will be hosting a Derby Day on May 3 to raise money for their organization. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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Volunteers help Mee Jee Yeargain of Annapolis, Md., who is blind and autistic, ride at Maryland Therapeutic Riding, Crownsville, Md., Thursday, April 10, 2014. Maryland Therapeutic Riding uses horses as therapy for kids and adults suffering from a range of physical and mental handicaps. They will be hosting a Derby Day on May 3 to raise money for their organization. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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CORRECTS SPELLING OF LAST NAME TO EGYUD, NOT EGYUND, AND HER TITLE TO CHIEF NURSING OFFICER - Forbes Hospital President Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mark Rubino, center, addresses the media as vice president and chief nursing officer Amber Egyud, left, and Forbes Hospital President and CEO Reese Jackson listen in during the second morning news conference at at the hospital Wednesday, April 9, 2014, in Monreoville, Pa. Two student stabbing victims from Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville, Pa., were in critical condition, according to Rubino. Forbes Regional Medical Center is closest hospital to the school where eight victims were taken. (AP Photo/Tribune Review, Evan Sanders) PITTSBURGH OUT