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Families living with MS enjoy day riding horses: VIDEO






















Kids touched by multiple sclerosis enjoyed a day with other families facing the same challenges in Hazel Green.

An event held Saturday at Paso Fino Farms gave the children the chance to go horseback riding.

They were also treated to hot chocolate, breakfast provided by Chick-fil-A, and other games and activities.

Children invited to the event either live with MS themselves or have a parent with the disease.

Those who attended said this was a great chance to be social with others and share.

"Just hanging out with people I don't normally get to hang out with on a day-to-day basis that are just like me is something different that I'm looking forward to doing," said Kayla Watwood.

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