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Onalaska, Wis. – Trouble was in, well, trouble.
His tongue split in half, and the horse needed medical attention.
His owner, Lauren Moore, 17, was there during surgery and made regular visits to the veterinary hospital in the days to follow — but she didn’t miss any of her classes.
A senior at iQ Academy Wisconsin, Moore brought her laptop along and completed her lessons while spending time with Trouble, a paint.