Instructor Sue Haley helps talk an anxious participant through the mounting process, with supportive volunteers standing by. Many people assume that therapeutic horsemanship involves mostly riding, but much of the positive experience can happen without even getting on the horse. “A little boy came to ride today, and it was his very first time…” Leslie … Continue reading Marching On
"I wasn't supposed to make it, but God had other plans." In this season of giving thanks, we would like to personally thank you, our generous supporters, for helping us provide therapeutic horsemanship at NO COST to people with disabilities and challenges, like U.S. Air Force veteran Cindy.
“I wouldn’t be as well off as I am today if I didn’t have horses!” Bryant Turnage served in the U.S. Army for 5 years. After being diagnosed with PTSD, he joined a horsemanship program at Oklahoma Baptist University. When that program shut down, his psychiatrist recommended finding another horsemanship program in light of the … Continue reading A Veteran’s PTSD Recovery Story