Horse helps with rehabilitation
Molly the pony, one of three known equine amputees in the world, enjoys a brief snack behind Fort Myer's Comny Hall Dec. 10. Molly came to visit with members of the therapeutic riding program that comes from Walter Reed Army Medical center every Thursday to work with the horses of The Old Guard's Caisson Platoon. Molly, who lost her leg in 2006 after being mauled by a dog, has made more than 40 appearances around the country for hospitalized children, the elderly in nursing homes and wounded military personnel.

Molly Pony is part of the therapeutic riding program based out of Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Molly has made more than 40 appearances around the country.

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