New Partnership with CSU Temple Grandin Equine Center as First Regional Training Center Through The Right Horse Initiative
We recently took these 2 pretty girls up to Colorado State University to participate in The Right Horse training program. DHOH “Laverne” and “Confetti” will be at the school for 3 months and will be handled, ridden and trained by the students up there. They will be available for adoption following the semester.
The Right Horse Initiative recently granted $508,000 to the Colorado State University (CSU) Temple Grandin Equine Center to fund its first Regional Training Center for at-risk horses. The grant is funded by the WaterShed Animal Fund, a division of the Arnall Family Foundation.
As a Regional Training Center for The Right Horse Initiative, CSU will provide practical hands-on horse evaluating, handling, care and training opportunities for CSU students while concurrently working with horses in transition and preparing them for adoption into the Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies (EAAT) industry, into Certified Horsemanship Association programs and other appropriate adoptive homes.
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