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November 30, 1997 | Ann Connors
Moufassa is in his favorite position--that is to say, motionless, as if he were tightly secured to a hitching post, which he's not. His reins are dangling free and there's nothing to prevent him from galloping off into the sunset. Except that he has no intention of doing so. Standing by his side, however, is a child who is soon to be Moufassa's undoing.
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November 30, 1997 | Ann Connors
Moufassa is in his favorite position--that is to say, motionless, as if he were tightly secured to a hitching post, which he's not. His reins are dangling free and there's nothing to prevent him from galloping off into the sunset. Except that he has no intention of doing so. Standing by his side, however, is a child who is soon to be Moufassa's undoing.
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December 27, 2005 | Jonathan Abrams, Times Staff Writer
From the moment he arrived at the backyard stables in Compton, Sterling Love had been stalling. The 12-year-old had come to go horseback riding. Instead, he did everything but -- avoiding horses just as he had done each visit since he'd been bucked three weeks earlier. As Love sifted through a pile of helmets, fumbled reluctantly with the horse's bridle and let out a long sigh, Mayisha Akbar watched him.
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