By Julia LeDoux | Inside Nova | Insidenova.com | July 28, 2011
MONTCLAIR, Va. — Cutting horses and working cattle, just what the doctor ordered for 10 wounded Marines from the Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment at Quantico Marine Corps base.
The Marines spent this week participating in the Semper Fi Fund's new Jinx McCain Horsemanship Program for Wounded Warriors inaugural Wounded Warrior Cutting Horse Classic at the D & M Cattle Company in Nokesville.
"These guys are good," said D & M Cattle Company owner Don York. "These men and women Marines, they're good. They're very impressive. They weren't afraid of getting dirty, they weren't afraid of getting beat up."
The Jinx McCain Horsemanship Program for Wounded Warriors is a new facet of the Semper Fi Fund's Team Semper Fi and will provide horsemanship clinics across the nation to wounded service members and their families. Read the rest of this entry »