Stable Life Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 282
W7897 Eagle Ave Westfield WI 53964 USA
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I learned long ago that the outside of horse is good for the inside of a person. There are a lot of skills that are needed to take care and ride a horse.
This charity was based on these ideas. Emotionally and physically injured people get so much confidence in handling horses, especially the terrific ones they have (mostly rescues). It does change their outlook on life and gives them confidence and self-esteem, all too much lacking in this world.
It situated among the tall pines of the former glacial Lake Wisconsin. The staff are competent and compassionate.
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I know I gave them a quality saddle that will last forever. And though I haven't spent more than a few hours with them, I am impressed with the plans and energy there. I had 25 years in the company of the two best horses in the world. My first horse, a half-Arab, was my 19th birthday present. No one should have to wait that long to be able to really ride a horse. I have helped others personally and now that I have not a chance of owning a horse again, these people will carry on.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
I'm sure they would love to have an indoor arena. Any horseman does.
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I no longer could use the saddle. No chance of getting another horse on my income. I had given my German made English style saddle to another therapeutic agency. It is of good quality and will last forever.
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It was time to give it away.
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Just what I said above. Outside of a horse and all. There is something exhilarating about guiding 1000 pounds with rein and body. There is nothing better in this world to do.
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