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Byline: BROOKSIE BERGEN CORRESPONDENT
When William Klick began the slow, painful process of dealing with his crippling cerebral palsy by training at the Smith Riding Academy in Nokomis, his life changed in many ways.
Devon and Reagan Sullivan, the twin daughters of Pam and Brian Sullivan, were only 2 years old and attending the riding school because of their sheer enjoyment of riding horses.
As they easily sat astride their mounts they noticed other severely handicapped riders who had to be helped just to sit up in the saddle, with a special trainer always at their side to guide them and keep them from falling. As they watched with compassion as …