Windhorse Blog

    Learning to Trust: A Two-Way Street

    In our Windhorse programs, building trust between youth and horses is one of the most important learning experiences we facilitate. Most people would agree that healthy relationships require trust. The relationship between horse and human also requires trust, but it is a trust between very different species–predator and prey–that seems improbable at best. Understanding and […]

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    Giving Tuesday is November 29!

    Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday…  so many opportunities to buy holiday gifts for your loved ones, and maybe a few things for yourself. Giving Tuesday was created to counter-balance all the holiday consumerism with a day simply to give back. It’s a day to acknowledge how fortunate we are by supporting those less […]

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    Horsin’ Around at Summer Camp

    300 Windhorse wrapped up its 2016 season of summer camps on Friday, July 29, with our teen camp, held in partnership with MSU’s Equine Science Program and the Gallatin Valley YMCA. The 10 kids in the camp had a wonderful time learning about horsemanship, leadership, partnership and communication. By the end of the week, they […]

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    End of the year musings and the “horse effect.”

    The end of one year and the beginning of another one always makes us stop and reflect on how far we’ve come and where we’re going. As I look back on the three years that Windhorse has operated its programs, I see lots of smiling faces –kids excited to be with their favorite horse, to […]

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