LINKS TO OUR FRIENDS:
As they say, "It takes a village" to run any enterprise, and a busy stable is no exception.
Listed here are some of our friends and/or providers. We hope you check them out:
A division of UCP Sacramento
The simple act of riding a horse can have intense positive results for a person with disabilities. Adapted riding and other equine-assisted activities (EAA) benefit those with cognitive, physical, and psychological disabilities. These may include, but are not limited to: cerebral palsy, autism, Down syndrome, visual or hearing impairment, traumatic brain injury, spina bifida, or learning disabilities. Learning to ride a horse has been shown to improve coordination, balance and posture, and it helps the student to develop better self-awareness and self-esteem.
Saddle Pals has been meeting here at Blue Fountain Farm for over 10 years now, and we always look forward to their annual playday/fundraiser called Pumpkins and Ponies in October.