Registration is now open for the first ever Horses with Hearts Par Tee – a 9-hole crazy cross-country golf tournament. The event will begin at 10 am on Friday, October 28. Participation is limited to 18 teams of 4.
Early bird registration discount rate is $220 / team or $55 / player. After October 7, the regular rate is $260 / team or $65 / player.
You may pay for a 4-player team for $220 here:
You may pay for a single player for $55 here:Read More
Horses with Hearts received 1 of 4 grants awarded from WISH (Women Investing in Shepherd), a giving circle sponsored by the Shepherd University Foundation. This grant of $20,625 will be used to build a handicapped accessible restroom for participants and volunteers and a wash rack for horses. For more information about the WISH grants, read the Journal Newspaper article dated August 22, 2016.Read More
The Winner of the 2016 Myrtle Beach Raffle was Teresa Solem. The ticket, number 220 out of 400 was drawn on August 6th by Horses with Hearts participant, Tiffany. Below are pictures of the winning ticket and Tiffany drawing the winning ticket at the Shine Dawgs Bike, Car, and Truck Show. We thank everyone who purchased a ticket and supported Horses with Hearts through this fundraiser as well as the very generous donor who has, for the third year in a row, donated this week-long vacation at Myrtle Beach.
Horses with Hearts hosted a PATH International Workshop / On-Site Certification on August 4th – 8th. Many thanks to Sue Adams and Sue Radcliff, PATH certified faculty, who led the workshop and tested the certification candidates. There were 10 workshop participants and 7 of those were candidates for certification. Astoundingly all 7 certification candidates achieved their goal of becoming PATH International Certified Instructors. 3 of the newly minted Certified Instructors received training and mentoring at Horses with Hearts, 2 other new Certified Instructors received training and mentoring locally at STAR Equestrian Center in Hagerstown, MD, and the remaining 2 new Certified Instructors were affiliated with centers in other states.
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