Wild Horses in Black & White

ABOUT

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 It all started with a little girl's dream of getting a horse and turned into a full-blown rescue when the Moore family learned the realities of horse slaughter in their area and couldn't turn a blind eye to the need.  A diverse group of  professionals joined with the Moore family to create Eagle Wings Ranch as a non-profit organization. The Board of Directors meets regularly to ensure the Ranch is on track to fulfilling the vision  and serving the community.

The Ranch houses a diverse group of donated and rescued horses that are safe for interaction with children and those without any horse experience.  We offer lessons to everyone ages seven and up.  We believe the powerful connection between people and horses is transformational.   Through horsemanship, we develop character, learn ethics and responsibility, grow physically and emotionally, and discover ourselves. Our own lives improve as we improve those of our horses.

Our hope is that proceeds from our regular paid lesson program will enable us to provide a hands-on, experience-based learning environment to people who have experienced trauma, such as:

Children in Foster Care

Women from Abusive Relationships

Disabled Veterans

Persons Living with Chronic Illness

Individuals Processing Grief / Loss 

The vision of EWR is to inspire hope and encourage healing in the hearts, minds and souls of injured horses and hurting people by sharing the redeeming love of Christ with them.  We seek to be a SAFE place for people and horses to grow.

Rescue the Equine

Restore the Broken

Strengthen the Family

Empower the Individual

EWR