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Horsemanship Class

This class is Perfect for folks who are considering buying a horse or just want to learn basic horsemanship skills. 

Classes meet 2 hours/week, once a week for 4 weeks.  The cost is $100 for the 4 week class. Class is appropriate for folks age 8 & older.  Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.  The good thing is a parent & child can still come together for the $100 fee - so its not an extra $100 for a parent with child under 14 team:)

Revenue from these horsemanship classes

 helps to cover the feed and medical care costs of our amazing rescue horses that provide wonderful learning experiences for participants in our programs. 

Classes are forming.  To learn more about these classes and how to enroll click below:

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy​ (EAP)

What is EAP?  

​​EAP (Equine Assisted Psychotherapy) is an effective brief-therapy approach in which participants interact with horses to facilitate emotional growth and learning.

​​​*EAP is not traditional talk therapy

*EAP sessions are co- facilitated by a licensed mental health professional and a horse specialist

*EAP activities are non-mounted and are experiential in nature - meaning the participant learns through doing.

*Participants learn about themselves by  processing feelings, behaviors, and patterns that occur during the activities.

To read more information about why EAP is so effective and learn how it works, please click below:





 Summer Camps


When you're a Kid, summer is about OUTDOOR FUN, SUN, FRIENDS, ADVENTURES, and SELF-DISCOVERY!

What will your child Discover about him/herself this summer?

 We offer week-long day camps emphasizing social skills and character building in a safe, nurturing environment.

1/2 Day Camps are also available for schools and groups and can be customized to meet your group's needs and interests.

For more information on Fun Summer Camp Experiences full of personal growth opportunities, click below


Equine Assisted Learning (EAL)

What is EAL?

​EAL (Equine Assisted Learning ) is similar to EAP, however, the focus is not on therapy, but on having the client(s) participate in an experiential learning activity that is educational in format and focuses on interactive team-building, leadership, communication, problem-solving, responsibility, and creative thinking.

*EAL offers effective experiential learning activities that encourage use and development of tools and strategies to make good choices and decisions.

To learn how  EAL  can benefit your school, group, team, organization, or business, please click below:

Who can benefit from EAP?




Some Issues commonly addressed in EAP:







*Relationship building

*Parenting Skills


*Managing Anger

Who benefits from EAL?​






*Youth Groups

*Organizational    Leadership members


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