Recent Posts by Kathy Hamm

New Beginnings

New Beginnings New Beginnings is a program coming soon, which is a program that will offer inmates new job skills & a new life while working and training with horses. While there may be some people who believe that inmates cannot, or should not be rehabilitated, returning them back to civilian life in a productive…
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Training Programs

First Steps First Steps is a new program designed to assist owners of untrained horses.  This will be a new program we are starting at our facility, hopefully launching by the end of this  year.  Our trainers  Johnny Leverett,  Abigail Corless, who has a four year degree in Equestrian Studies, along with John Vaughn will…
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Riding Programs

Riding Programs & Clubs for Kids, Adults & Seniors Studies show that youths who learnt horsemanship skills showed better decision-making, thinking, communicating, goal-setting and problem solving skills. Working with horses helped them develop values and life skills that they transfer to their everyday life. In addition kids gained more Confidence, Leadership Skills, Compassion, Patience and…
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Our Center provides emergency relief, shelter, care, rehabilitation and foster and adoption services for abused, abandoned, and unwanted horses, as well as educates the community on the link between animal abuse and domestic violence. The Horse Sanctuary, a program of Dream Catcher Therapy Center, offers horses a second chance to be cared for, nurtured, and…
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Hay Bank

Hay Bank   Hay bank Application (Click Link Above to Fill Out the Hay Bank Application) To Lori*, her horses were family, not just an expensive hobby or sport. In fact few, if any of her 5 horses were actually ridden. Two were aged mares that she had cared for once her mother had become unable to. The…
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Birthday Parties

We also offer a packages for Birthday Parties, Corporate Retreats and other events! Please contact us to find out more! (970) 323-5400
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