Community Day Fundraiser!
We are selling BonTon Community Days Coupon Books as a fall fundraiser.
They are $5.00 each
Horses with Hearts get the entire $5.00 and the customer gets a $10.00 coupon along with several other coupons in the book.
We would like to sell 100 of these books.
If you would like to buy a book OR if you would be willing to help sell a few books, please let me know. I have books at the farm and at my office.Read More
Just want to send out a little update on the land project. We are SO excited to see God putting this together. We just finished taking off our second cut of hay yesterday! Weather permitting ProFence will start putting up our pasture fence tomorrow. Phil Cogar is hoping to start moving dirt by the end of this week. He will also be putting in trenches for electric and water. We are looking for people who might be willing to help build a couple of run throughs. We also looking for some donations of conduit and other supplies. If you would like to make a donation or know of someone or business that will help, please message me for details. Too much to put in this quick update. Watch for pictures of fence and other additions as they happen...Read More
On Thursday, June 26, 2014, a ground breaking ceremony was held at the Horses with Hearts “Forever Home”. The 31 acres of land accessed off of Files Cross Road in Martinsburg, WV was donated by Trinity United Methodist Church. Between June 26th and August 4th, 2014, approximately $40,000 of fencing will be placed on the property for fields and paddocks for the horses and an arena for lessons. On 10:00 am on Monday, August 4th, 2014, a Grand Opening ceremony will take place. Lessons are not held in the month of August, but fall lessons beginning the first week of September and all future lessons will be held at our “Forever Home”.Read More
Congratulations to Janette Lewis, the winner of the Myrtle Beach week-long vacation. Thanks to everyone who participated! All 400 raffle tickets were sold, raising $4000.00. 100% of the proceeds will be used to prepare the land of our “forever home” so that we can move the program to our “forever home” this August.
Ethan’s mom will tell you that his life has changed in so many ways since he got on a horse. He smiles, he talks, he has even been able to get in his gate trainer. All because of a horse.
Ethan is just one of many who’s life has changed. At Horses with Hearts, our motto is to Create a Smile, Grow Confidence and Change a Life. Over the past 9 years we have seen this happen every time we are at the barn.
Currently we board our horses and run our program at Homestead Farm and are a part-time season program because we do not have our own facility that will allow us to move into a full time. In May of this year, Trinity UM Church signed the deed and gave Horses with Hearts 30+ acres of land for it to become our forever home.
Over the past year, we have raised $60,000...Read More