How equine therapy made all the difference for this little boy

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HIGHLAND, Utah (ABC4 News)- Osteo Imperfecta – that’s the medical term for fragile bones. 10-year-old Emmett suffers from that and he is autistic. 

His mother took him to horse therapy at Courage Reins to see if it could help him – and help him it did. 

She says her son has advanced beyond any expectation. 

Don Hudson and Ed Wilets share Emmett’s story. 

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