Our seconday goal...
is to improve our local community through the use
of these rescued and rehabilitated horses. We are reaching out to all ages of people, children and adults.
We have found that children with developmental needs and at various stages of social abilities especially benefit from learning
how to care for horses.
Working with horses requires people to be patient, perserverent,
cautious, calm, and responsible, while also allowing them to develop courage, creativity, respect, and an appreciation for
hard work. We have high standards for behavior in order to provide a secure environment for the horses and volunteers,
but our knowlege and experiences are sure to encourage individuals and enhance the life of anyone who wants to help.