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Tea time is neigh bother for little Summer Top models horsing around for charity

By Staff Reporter

Summer the therapy horse is just 30 inches tall - but certainly she knows how to make a big impression.

The rare miniature Argentinian Fallabella is the therapy horse at the Northern Ireland Children's Hospice, the Royal Victoria Hospital for Sick Children and special needs schools across the province, where she entertains, stimulates and relaxes children with illnesses and moderate to severe learning disabilities.

Yesterday she trotted into the world of fashion, popping into a Children's Hospice fundraiser at the ACA modelling agency, run by Alison Clarke, who brought along husband Darren Clarke, before he heads off to the Ryder Cup, and Miss Northern Ireland Emma Carswell.

Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke joins wife Alison at her ACA Modelling Agency Coffee Morning to raise funds for Northern Ireland Hospice

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