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New Mexico'sHyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa near Albuquerque is giving a new meaning to the phrase, working vacation. A special resort package offers up chance to send guests to rehab. But this rehab isn't reality TV material or for humans, it aids neglected horses.
In addition to visiting the spa, playing golf, relishing the 350-room resort, or conducting business, meeting and planning groups can build stables, work with wranglers to train horses, or feed and care for rehab horses on the 500-acre property. Guests can name a horse and get updates via a live webcam when they return home. Plus, they have option to rehabilitate a horse for a year, which can cost about $4,000, says Troy Wood, Hyatt's Director of Sales and Marketing.