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Cypress Hills Wish riders making a difference for children

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By Justin Seward A horseback ride in the Cypress Hills Inter-provincial Park is a breath taking experience that one should not pass up if the opportunity presents itself, but knowing you are taking a ride to help sick children’s dreams come true is every bit its weight of gold. The sixth annual Alberta Wish Ride, which is now the Cypress Hills Wish Ride, will take… Read More »

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Cypress Hills Wish riders making a difference for children

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