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May 8, 2013

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May 8, 2013

My 12 year old daughter has been involved with the farm for 3 years. She has learned to ride and take care of horses, something that we would never have been able to afford anywhere else.

Linda is a saint. There is no other way to describe a person who has devoted her whole life to the
care of abused animals, asking nothing in return. She is the Mother Teresa for horses.

The farm itself is well managed and is a social and educational asset to the surrounding community.
If you haven't yet been there and experienced the farm and its wonderful volunteers, then get there, as you are missing out on an experience that is real and unique.

Marius Smook

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Life-changing

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2013

May 3, 2013

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May 3, 2013

I volunteered at Equestrian Inc for a while and have owned horses for many years. Having moved here from Minnesota and being involved with many horse non profits, I have seen many non profits for horses. Equestrian Inc is among the best. The love and care I have seen and experienced there on a consistent basis is what makes their facility stand out. From community involvement, education to the public and of course, the great care given to the horses and other animals is what makes Equestrian Inc a five star facility!

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groom horses, muck stalls, paint fences, do repair work, sweep the barn and feed room, clean feed and water buckets, assist with feeding the horses, pull weeds, and/or enjoy the serenity of the farm. Volunteer