OUR LATEST NEWS…

The REACH pilot program, our crisis intervention program for teens, is underway. The initial results are extremely positive! We’re very excited to share the teens’ outcomes after the pilot finishes later this spring.

Our collaboration with Warrior Retreat / Serve Our Willing Warriors is growing, and they have sent several veterans and their families to Project Horse in 2019, for pro bono Warrior Herdservices.

New Board Roles: We are very pleased to announce that Board member, Cassi Spigle, is our new Chair of the Board, while Andrew Woessner has stepped into the role of Treasurer! Thank you both for graciously giving your time and your talents to help Project Horse continue to expand, improve its programmatic efficacy, and positively impact the lives of more members of the community. Please join us in congratulating Cassi and Andrew in their new roles!


We are SO grateful to all of the individuals, corporations, foundations & agencies who support Project Horse!
THANK YOU.

 

We extend a special shout-out to After The Finish Line, a foundation who supports Thoroughbred horses in need. Last month ATFL awarded a generous grant to fund essential diagnostic, treatment and medical care for our beloved co-founder mare, Reeses! ❤️🐴

[ photos & details about Reeses’ CT scan ]

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“The people and horses at Project Horse are truly angels on earth”
— Mother of a teenage client

 

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Long-term, holistic horse care is of paramount importance to us. Please read below about After The Finish Line’s generous grant to help us cover Reeses’ medical needs as she ages.

We also recently had two of our 12 horses at the Marion du Pont Equine Medical Center in Leesburg, for medical emergencies. We thank all of you who donated to help cover the cost of these unexpected and expensive crises! We’re happy to report that B is healing well from his dental / sinus abscess, and Fiona Fudge is back to her sassy self. We’ll continue to keep a close eye on Fudge, since the medical team was unable to determine the source of Fudge’s fever or infection.

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