Saddling Up Ponies For Special Needs Riders

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Jean Hamer always wanted a pony. "Of course, every little girl wants a pony," she said. "That's how this started." Hamer rode horses in high school and in college, and in 1994 she earned a bachelor's degree in animal science from the University of Connecticut. But the hobby soon was put on the back burner when she attended Villanova University School of Law and embarked on her legal career.

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