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Life Scouts Kyle Ashenbrener, Blake Fontdevila and Trey Blackmon, left to right, install a bell as part of a sensory riding trail at the Naples Equestrian Challenge on Wednesday, August 3, 2011, in Naples. The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles. Sixteen-year-old Wayne Stanton spearheaded the project to achieve his Eagle Scout Award and help other Scouts to gain volunteer experience.  David Albers/Staff

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Life Scouts Kyle Ashenbrener, Blake Fontdevila and Trey Blackmon, left to right, install a bell as part of a sensory riding trail at the Naples Equestrian Challenge on Wednesday, August 3, 2011, in Naples. The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles. Sixteen-year-old Wayne Stanton spearheaded the project to achieve his Eagle Scout Award and help other Scouts to gain volunteer experience. David Albers/Staff

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  • Life Scouts Kyle Ashenbrener, Blake Fontdevila and Trey Blackmon, left to right, install a bell as part of a sensory riding trail at the Naples Equestrian Challenge on Wednesday, August 3, 2011, in Naples. The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles. Sixteen-year-old Wayne Stanton spearheaded the project to achieve his Eagle Scout Award and help other Scouts to gain volunteer experience.  David Albers/Staff
  • Life Scouts Kyle Ashenbrener, Blake Fontdevila and Trey Blackmon, left to right, install a bell as part of a sensory riding trail at the Naples Equestrian Challenge on Wednesday, August 3, 2011, in Naples. The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles. Sixteen-year-old Wayne Stanton spearheaded the project to achieve his Eagle Scout Award and help other Scouts to gain volunteer experience.  David Albers/Staff
  • Life Scout Blake Fontdevila finishes working with other volunteers to install stations in a sensory riding trail at the Naples Equestrian Challenge on Wednesday, August 3, 2011, in Naples. The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles. Sixteen-year-old Wayne Stanton spearheaded the project to achieve his Eagle Scout Award and help other Scouts to gain volunteer experience.  David Albers/Staff
  • Recycled tires create a dragon obstacle for future participants in the sensory riding trail at the Naples Equestrian Challenge. The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles. Sixteen-year-old Wayne Stanton spearheaded the project to achieve his Eagle Scout Award and help other Scouts to gain volunteer experience.  David Albers/Staff
  • Blake Fontdevila, 16, installs a bell with other Life Scout volunteers helping to construct a sensory riding trail at the Naples Equestrian Challenge on Wednesday, August 3, 2011, in Naples. The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles. Sixteen-year-old Wayne Stanton spearheaded the project to achieve his Eagle Scout Award and help other Scouts to gain volunteer experience.  David Albers/Staff
  • Blake Fontdevila, 16, installs a bell with other Life Scout volunteers helping to construct a sensory riding trail at the Naples Equestrian Challenge on Wednesday, August 3, 2011, in Naples. The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles. Sixteen-year-old Wayne Stanton spearheaded the project to achieve his Eagle Scout Award and help other Scouts to gain volunteer experience.  David Albers/Staff
  • Blake Fontdevila, 16, installs a bell with other Life Scout volunteers helping to construct a sensory riding trail at the Naples Equestrian Challenge on Wednesday, August 3, 2011, in Naples. The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles. Sixteen-year-old Wayne Stanton spearheaded the project to achieve his Eagle Scout Award and help other Scouts to gain volunteer experience.  David Albers/Staff
  • A colorful learning obstacle awaits participants along a sensory riding trail at the Naples Equestrian Challenge on Wednesday, August 3, 2011, in Naples. The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles. Sixteen-year-old Wayne Stanton spearheaded the project to achieve his Eagle Scout Award and help other Scouts to gain volunteer experience.  David Albers/Staff
  • Life Scouts Wayne Stanton, 16, and Kyle Ashenbrener, 15, install a bell obstacle as part of a sensory riding trail at the Naples Equestrian Challenge on Wednesday, August 3, 2011, in Naples. The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles. Sixteen-year-old Wayne Stanton spearheaded the project to achieve his Eagle Scout Award and help other Scouts to gain volunteer experience.  David Albers/Staff
  • A colorful learning obstacle awaits participants along a sensory riding trail at the Naples Equestrian Challenge on Wednesday, August 3, 2011, in Naples. The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles. Sixteen-year-old Wayne Stanton spearheaded the project to achieve his Eagle Scout Award and help other Scouts to gain volunteer experience.  David Albers/Staff
  • Life Scouts Trey Blackmon, 14, Kyle Ashenbrener, 15, and Wayne Stanton, 16, left to right, install challenge stations as part of a sensory riding trail at the Naples Equestrian Challenge on Wednesday, August 3, 2011, in Naples. The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles. Sixteen-year-old Wayne Stanton spearheaded the project to achieve his Eagle Scout Award and help other Scouts to gain volunteer experience.  David Albers/Staff
  • Life Scouts Blake Fontdevila, 16, left, and Wayne Stanton install a bell with other Life Scout volunteers helping to construct a sensory riding trail at the Naples Equestrian Challenge on Wednesday, August 3, 2011, in Naples. The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles. Sixteen-year-old Wayne Stanton spearheaded the project to achieve his Eagle Scout Award and help other Scouts to gain volunteer experience.  David Albers/Staff
  • Life Scouts Kyle Ashenbrener, Blake Fontdevila and Trey Blackmon, left to right, install a bell as part of a sensory riding trail at the Naples Equestrian Challenge on Wednesday, August 3, 2011, in Naples. The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles. Sixteen-year-old Wayne Stanton spearheaded the project to achieve his Eagle Scout Award and help other Scouts to gain volunteer experience.  David Albers/Staff
  • Life Scout Blake Fontdevila, 16, installs a bell as part of a sensory riding trail at the Naples Equestrian Challenge on Wednesday, August 3, 2011, in Naples. The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles. Sixteen-year-old Wayne Stanton spearheaded the project to achieve his Eagle Scout Award and help other Scouts to gain volunteer experience.  David Albers/Staff

The trail allows participants in the therapeutic horseback riding program to challenge their riding skills, stimulate their senses and interact with the world around them with a series of obstacles and puzzles.

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