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"At East" horse therapy group for veterans to march in Pres. Obama's inaugural parade


DEERFIELD, WI (WTAQ) - A horse therapy group from southern Wisconsin will march in President Obama’s inaugural parade on January 21st.

A non-profit group from Deerfield called “At Ease” will supply three horses and three riders in the procession which kicks off Obama’s second term.

“At Ease” is a horse therapy group for military members, veterans, and their families.

The group started about three years ago.

The inaugural parade is being held on Monday, January 21st because the constitutionally-required swearing-in date of January 20th falls on a Sunday.

If past tradition is followed, Obama will take his oath privately on the 20th – and will then hold a public inaugural swearing-in speech, address, and parade on the following Monday