The Need is Growing

The demand for our services is growing. As more care providers recognize the value of equine-assisted programs; as more horses are in need of safe, stimulating alternatives at the end of their competitive days; as more of us are dealing with mental health issues due to the pandemic and major life challenges, we want to be there for you.

So please take a few minutes to learn more about us—how we started, where we’re headed and why it matters.

Texas is home to more than 1 in every 10 horses in the U.S. Hit by economic downturn and drought, almost a quarter of horse owners surveyed said they would have to reduce the number of horses they own. At the same time, many non-profit organizations have been forced to cut back on the number of people they help.


of U.S. adults (estimated)–or about 223 million people–have experienced some type of trauma, including 1 in 3 veterans. (Source: PTSD United)

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During the pandemic, about 4 in 10 adults in the U.S. have reported symptoms of anxiety or depressive disorder. (Source: Kaiser Family Foundation)


of horse owners reported a need to reduce the number of horses they own (Source: American Horse survey)


of the total U.S. horse population is housed in Texas (Source: American Horse Council)

“The most valuable part for me was overcoming anxiety to do what I wanted to do. I learned when I get triggered, I need to breathe and come back to the present where it is safe.”    –A.M.