Helping Horses, Helping People

Brook Hill Farm, a non-profit horse rescue and therapeutic riding organization, exists to provide rehabilitation focused services and safe haven for unwanted horses, and offers a therapeutic riding program for personal growth and academic education for the community, helping both horses and people.

Helping Horses

Since the beginning, the farm has rescued, rehabilitated and placed over 500 horses!

Everyone works together to create a rehabilitation plan for each horse.

Horses that never fully recover live in sanctuary at the farm.

Helping People

Rockin’ Riders was designed to serve people with physical and mental diverse needs.

Riders are taught riding and horsemanship skills with an instructor and volunteers.

Gaits 4 Change works with youth in transition, those with autism and other disabilities.

In the Saddle Club, children get the whole horse experience.

Veterans come together and help to rehabilitate the horses! 

Seniors get to enjoy the benefit of horses, both on the ground and under saddle.

Education

The United Neigh School utilizes Equine Assisted Learning in Education. 

Academics are taught by a teacher, and combined with horse time leads to success.

College internships are available for credit in a variety of majors.

The farm offers unique opportunities for personal growth and equine education.

In keeping with its mission, the farm participates in a many research projects.

The farm collaborates with local, national, and international groups.

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