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Topic - Lesley Zacharias
A young miniature horse in sneakers is helping a 4-year-old special needs child at an Anchorage public elementary school.
"She's providing balance and mobility, and she's learning how to pick things up and eventually hand things to him," Zacharias said.
"It would be neat to look back and have some legacy to leave when Zaiden is gone," she said. "To have something and say, yes, this happened and it was really difficult, but look at what we were able to create out of it, and none of that would have happened if it weren't for this situation."