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The J.F. Shea Therapeutic Riding Center hosted a reunion for members of the Orange County Fire Authority and others involved in the recent rescue of their therapeutic equine partner Choco.
Choco was a horse whose life was saved while imperiled on a trail on July 5. The reunion was held on July 17 at the Shea Center as a way to express gratitude to those who helped Choco. Rescuers were recognized and got to visit Choco.