May 28, 2013
A little over three years ago I was looking for a place for myself and my very shy 9 year old to volunteer at. I noticed an article in the local paper about EI needing volunteers for their abused, abandoned and other horses. We went right over. The first one to greet us with this amazingly big smile was Glenda Smith, owner. Glenda is the epitome of charity. We were welcomed and shown around and introduced to the many wonderful horses and animals at EI. We felt so welcomed that we continue to go out there all these years on a regular basis. Not only has my daughter grown and learned to care and ride for these beautiful horses, she has grown to a very outgoing, confident young lady. This could only happen when you find a place that is so knowledgeable and passionate about what they are rescuing. We were enveloped into this very warm, caring, loving family of volunteers, no experience necessary. Equestrian Inc. is one of those special places that will be in our hearts for many more years to come.
Ways to make it better...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Repurchase the property EI is on.
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