Adrienne Lyle and Wizard 

Saddling up for the ride of their lives

When Adrienne Lyle, 27, was growing up on Whidbey Island, Wash., she would listen to her classmates talk about being a doctor, lawyer or actress. All she ever wanted to do was work with horses. "As far back as I can remember,…

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