Jumat, 22 Agustus 2008

Struggling at a million-dollar horse stable

LITTLETON, Colo. - If you could put karma in the bank, Stan and Christine Penton would have a nice savings account.

As owners of one of the Denver area’s last remaining suburban equestrian stables for the past 13 years, the Pentons have offered programs for disabled riders, rescued wild mustangs and subsidized lessons and horses for the less fortunate among their generally well-to-do clientele. Leaders in their community and their church, they adopted two young children from Russia.

And good karma is mostly what they have to show for it. That and the $7,400 they can count as profit so far this year from the hundreds of thousands in revenue they have collected at their Normandy Farm and Stables


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