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Virginia Harvey rides the bust to work at Westminister Canterbury in Lynchburg on Tuesday. The Greater Lynchburg Transit Company is encouraging citizens to ride the bus as part of “Try Transit Week.” GLTC annually participates in the statewide event and free passes are offered to residents trying the bus line for at least one day this week

Virginia Harvey rides the bust to work at Westminister Canterbury in Lynchburg on Tuesday. The Greater Lynchburg Transit Company is encouraging citizens to ride the bus as part of “Try Transit Week.” GLTC annually participates in the statewide event and free passes are offered to residents trying the bus line for at least one day this week

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"They’re just like family," said Jean Krason about her three horses, which are kept at Mane Top Stables in Lynchburg. Krason, her husband and two daughters visit their horses nearly every day, including holidays, and fondly recall one Christmas when their horse Kevlar got his head stuck in a box full of treats while opening up a present. Krason’s two daughters MacKenzie, 16,  and Reilly,13, are among roughly 30 riders who board their horses at the stable and compete nearly every weekend in horse shows, with regular training by Mane Top’s owner, Kristen Nelson. “I think everyone is very much each other’s cheerleaders,” said Assistant Stephanie Glasgow.
Above:  MacKenzie Krason, 16, adjusts the bridle on her horse Piper as she prepares for the Randolph College Southwest Virginia Hunter/Jumper Association Horse Show at Randolph College Riding Center. “I just love the bond you have between them,” says Krason, who has been riding for the past eight years.

"They’re just like family," said Jean Krason about her three horses, which are kept at Mane Top Stables in Lynchburg. Krason, her husband and two daughters visit their horses nearly every day, including holidays, and fondly recall one Christmas when their horse Kevlar got his head stuck in a box full of treats while opening up a present. Krason’s two daughters MacKenzie, 16,  and Reilly,13, are among roughly 30 riders who board their horses at the stable and compete nearly every weekend in horse shows, with regular training by Mane Top’s owner, Kristen Nelson. “I think everyone is very much each other’s cheerleaders,” said Assistant Stephanie Glasgow.

Above:  MacKenzie Krason, 16, adjusts the bridle on her horse Piper as she prepares for the Randolph College Southwest Virginia Hunter/Jumper Association Horse Show at Randolph College Riding Center. “I just love the bond you have between them,” says Krason, who has been riding for the past eight years.

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