Back in the saddle at Camp Harkness

Drew Dierberger, 3, of Marlborough, Conn., rides Maverick, a Quarter horse with the Second Company Governor's Horse Guard, while attempting to keep his helmet from covering his face, as  members Second Lt. Barbara Godejohn, left, and Sgt. Laura Barkowski, second from the right, guide the horse around a large circle at Camp Harkness in Waterford, on Wednesday, August 9, 2017. The company has been visiting Camp Harkness each year, for over 40 years. Nick Capozza, right, of Waterford, the assistant director of horticulture at Camp Harkness, walks with the group to assist. (Tim Martin/The Day)
Drew Dierberger, 3, of Marlborough, Conn., rides Maverick, a Quarter horse with the Second Company Governor's Horse Guard, while attempting to keep his helmet from covering his face, as members Second Lt. Barbara Godejohn, left, and Sgt. Laura Barkowski, second from the right, guide the horse around a large circle at Camp Harkness in Waterford, on Wednesday, August 9, 2017. The company has been visiting Camp Harkness each year, for over 40 years. Nick Capozza, right, of Waterford, the assistant director of horticulture at Camp Harkness, walks with the group to assist. (Tim Martin/The Day)

Drew Dierberger, 3, of Marlborough, Conn., rides Maverick, a Quarter horse with the Second Company Governor's Horse Guard, while attempting to keep his helmet from covering his face, as  members Second Lt. Barbara Godejohn, left, and Sgt. Laura Barkowski, second from the right, guide the horse around a large circle at Camp Harkness in Waterford, on Wednesday, August 9, 2017. The company has been visiting Camp Harkness each year, for over 40 years. Nick Capozza, right, of Waterford, the assistant director of horticulture at Camp Harkness, walks with the group to assist.

Jordan Vasquez, 23, of Hartford, Conn., a client at Camp Harkness in Waterford, rides Red, a Second Company Governor's Horse Guard Quarter horse, receiving guidance from horse guard members Major Gordon Johnson, from left, Sgt. Melanie Viets, and First Lt. Barbara Spremullo, at Camp Harkness in Waterford, on Wednesday, August 9, 2017. The company provided the opportunity for clients to ride the horses and has been visiting Camp Harkness for over 40 years. (Tim Martin/The Day)
Jordan Vasquez, 23, of Hartford, Conn., a client at Camp Harkness in Waterford, rides Red, a Second Company Governor's Horse Guard Quarter horse, receiving guidance from horse guard members Major Gordon Johnson, from left, Sgt. Melanie Viets, and First Lt. Barbara Spremullo, at Camp Harkness in Waterford, on Wednesday, August 9, 2017. The company provided the opportunity for clients to ride the horses and has been visiting Camp Harkness for over 40 years. (Tim Martin/The Day)

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