CORRAL Riding Academy in Cary, North Carolina. CORRAL is a non-profit equestrian school that pairs young, at-risk women in the community with rescue horses for trauma-focused, equine-assisted therapy. Today, Sabrina, a young woman participating in the program, has volunteered to share the progress she’s made with her rescue horse, River.
Absorbine Spotlight interview - This time the Absorbine Spotlight is on Equine Harmony Rescue & Rehab in Watsonville, CA. Equine Harmony works closely with Costanoa Lodge which offers horseback riding as one of their activities for guests. A great example of how horses can find a second career, and a happy life.
Welcome Julie Goodnight, Natural Horsemanship Clinician and Team Absorbine Rider, to the Absorbine Blog! Julie brings us up to speed on her activities during the shut down and her experience training Doc Gunner, her latest rescue horse that happens to be deaf. Julie has so much valuable horsemanship knowledge to share.
Description of a paid partnership Absorbine had with The Right Horse Initiative, now part of the ASPCA.
Absorbine® is sponsoring Brooke, helping to alleviate the suffering of working equines in developing countries. In this segment of our blog series, we learn about Brooke USA’s ‘Horse Heroes’ campaign, which remembers the one million American equines who died in World War I by supporting those working equines who are suffering today.