When the Mount Olympus Chapter of Back Country Horsemen held a spring tuneup day at Spirit Horse Ranch last month Rylie Baysinger, 8, learned how to guide her horse, Scout, to step all four legs onto the tractor tire, stand still and then turn to the right before stepping down. (Sherry Baysinger)

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