In 2013, Project Horse created a meaningful outreach initiative by launching a very unique local program called the Mobile Minis™. With our miniature horses and gear in tow, we can literally take our mission and services "on the road". We attend a variety of community events with our Mobile Minis™, such as parades and fairs; we educate the public about the power of equine assisted therapy and help reduce the stigma surrounding mental health issues; and we enable a variety of groups in the community to have convenient access to our equine assisted services.

Mobile Minis™ = Learning in a Fun-Sized Package

The Mobile Minis™ are Project Horse's ambassadors, delivering services to diverse groups in the community and raising awareness about the powerful impact of equine assisted learning and therapy.



Since it's launch in 2013, this program has been a huge success! The Mobile Minis™ program has even been featured on NBC News!

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The goal of our Mobile Minis™ outreach is to deliver Project Horse's important healing and teaching work to those who would otherwise miss out.


Breaking Barriers

The Mobile Minis™ School Enrichment Program enables us to provide services at Loudoun County Public Schools to a variety of students with special needs.

The Mobile Minis™ Team is currently made up of three wonderfully unique and large-personality rescue miniature horses: Jack, Penny and Fiona Fudge. Look for the Minis team on occasional weekends at local vineyards, participating in holiday parades and visiting parks and other public places throughout the year.

Fees are modest and based on distance traveled and services requested.