We are a non-profit riding school, focusing on training students and horses in a humane and efficient manner, using the pioneer training techniques of the great horse master, Monte Foreman.
Over the many years that we have been teaching students, we also have received a number of donated, mentally damaged and challenged horses, that were incorrectly handled and trained. This resulted in fear and confusion on the part of the horse, and in most cases, a lenghty time of re-training and rehabilitation on our part, to be able to use the horse in our school's teaching program.
However, due to the humane training methods we adhere to, we are happy to say that almost all of the horses that we have taken in, have become productive school teachers for the students that come to our school.
Now we are asking for 'HELP' from the public and horse enthusiasts alike, to help us rebuilt our old pen and fencing systems, so we can safely house these noble creatures with the dignity and respect that they so richly deserve! They are very loved and admired by the students who come to learn riding and horse handling at the school, and safe pens with adequate fencing has become a much needed neccessary project and goal for the 18 school teachers (horses) currently housed at the school.