He said the therapeutic riding has done wonders for his son who is now one of the best riders in the program.
“These projects will help so many riders,” Bill said.
Menke is hoping to keep a close connection with the Rose-Hulman biomedical program.
“We already have a summer intern coming out,” she said. “These students have done so much for us. We gave them a list of projects and were hoping to have just one of them done. We’ve already gotten three completed and hope to have more in the future.”