Sue Jensen's farm was built in the late 1800s. And sometime between now and then the barn's foundation was raised to better accommodate horses. Sue has lived at 6123 Hwy 38 for 24 years where she and her husband are raising their two daughters, Annie and Heidi. The barn houses horses and the girls' ponies. Both Heidi and Annie are avid members of the , in which Heidi Sue's oldest daughter won first place in the national Pony Club Knowledge Competition. I asked Sue how the horses help the girls grow up, and she told me, "They are learning many skills which will help them become more independent later in life all through working with the horses."
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