"Second Chances: Josh's Salvation" { 12 images } Created 19 Oct 2018

Joshua Reynolds spent four years in the Army, then worked odd jobs as an electrical assistant. But he regularly used Ecstasy and cocaine. It all caught up with him in early 2007, when he was sentenced to prison for second degree burglary. He had stolen weapons from a neighbor’s house, intending to sell them for drugs. After several months in prison, Reynolds qualified for Wateree River Correctional Institution’s Second Chances program, which teaches prisoners to care for and domesticate retired race horses, hopefully rehabilitating the inmates as well as the horses.
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