As we care for and help our rescue horses in need, they too reach out to help their human friends in need of a place to come and a way to heal. When a young person is focused on grooming or feeding a horse, his focus is no longer on his own issues and problems. Caring for a horse helps a person feel refreshed and energized because the mind has been allowed to "rest" from its current problems. The process of developing these skills can help kids who are especially impatient, anxious, or have low self-confidence.
As a non-profit equine rescue farm, we need help to move forward and continue to do good for our horses who need a place to heal and the youth who come here to find the a way to benefit themselves and their equine friends they have come to know and love.
We thank Global Giving for an opportunity for our voice to be heard so those in our charge can be heard and helped.
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