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Dilday instructs down the fence in the arena. SURFERS, from page 44:


founded Surfers Healing in 1996 aſter Izzy one day discovered the rejuvenative power surfing had on their autistic son, Isaiah. Each year, the three-day Surf


N Turf blends Danielle’s passions for horses and her life’s work with Surfer’s Healing, raising awareness and having fun along the way. “This year, we added team


Rich Ranch


Large paddock boarding. Year round mare and foal care. Retirement horses. Pens cleaned twice daily. Freeway close. Temecula wine country.


Call for an appointment.


36540 Silver Spur Rd. Temecula ca 92592 951-529-6258


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roping,” said Danielle. “One day of team-roping competition, one day of cowhorse clinic with three of the world’s best, and one day of surfing with Izzy and the Paskowitz surf camp team. Doesn’t get much beter!” Cow horse legends Russell


Dilday, Corey Cushing and Jake Gorrell are the instructors, and the team roping and cowhorse clinic will take place in Rancho


Carillo. The surf clinic takes place on the beach in San Diego. Surfers Healing takes kids and


adults on the autism spectrum surfing at no charge, and there are many camps in the U.S. and abroad, reaching about 6,000 kids each year. Danielle says the ocean and


surfing was very therapeutic for Isaiah, now 28, when he was a toddler.


“Izzy and I wanted to share the aloha—and Surfer’s Healing was born,” she said. “It took off!” Limited spots remain open for


the calcuta team roping (July 19), the cowhorse clinic (July 20) and the surf instruction (July 21). A 10 percent discount applies when you enter multiple days. All proceeds benefit the Surfer’s Healing Foundation. More online: http://bit.ly/906_surfers


john.ohara3@comcast.net • www.johnoharaphoto.com (707) 762-1759 offi ce • (707) 765-6740 fax


Izzy Paskowitz.


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