Building Dreams

Stable Hands

 Introducing our 20th Anniversary LogoSN FINAL color

Thank you Kim Presley!!


 Fall is around the Corner..

…so please enjoy the remainder of your summer. The fall dates have changed somewhat. EAAT (Therapeutic Riding) starts September 13 and runs for eight weeks, again every Tuesday and Thursday. There will be two sessions in the morning and two in the afternoon. Letters are out. If you wish more information please call us at 530.842-30982. Our Veteran program offering will be starting September 6th and run every Wednesday for eight weeks.

And save the date for our Celebration of 20 Years and Year-end Volunteer Recognition Event on Sunday November 6. Details to follow.

Contact has been made to our riders but if you know of a child or adult living with a disability, please get in touch with us. Visit our Applications and Forms, Client Information   page to download the forms or call us at 530.842.3082 for information.

I’ll see you at the Ranch!

Jay Perkins, Executive Director


 Summer session a Big Success

A special thanks to those that made our 2016 Summer Session a special place to be this year:

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Camren Boyce, Rodeo Emphasis Day

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Ralph Dillon, Farrier Demonstration

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Liberty Arts for fun with paint.

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Top of the State Unit of Backcountry Horsemen

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Erin Fowle, ground work with the horses using the Parelli Games

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Chelsey Orth for leading horseback yoga.

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…and of course our wonderful volunteer and teaching cadre for making it all possible.

 


“I Know a Place”

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know a place that changes lives
Hands them the reins and freedom to fly
Riding atop gentle giants
Who care nothing more than to please their clients
Everyone leaves with a smile and warm heart
Horses fix things that have fallen apart
No matter how broken a person may be
Stable Hands has the power to set them all free

Written by Marie Potter and Meg Johnson[clear]