August 8, 2013
My first visit to Blue Star Equiculture was in November 2012. Blue Star was absolutely beautiful. Volunteers were doing everyday chores, horses were at the fence greeting the public. I took the farm tour, heard the story of how it all started and why. I believe in kindred spirits, so when I heard that Blue Star is committed to helping horses, humans and Mother Earth, I was hooked. I myself became a volunteer. Learning more and more every time I go. I should say, I live about an hour away. The travel is easy, I can't wait to get there each time. The horses are given the best care, but more than care, they are loved. The gardens are taken care of by horsepower, plowing etc... Blue Star welcomes the public to get involved, come visit, learn the importance of the working horse and the bond we have with them. To see how happy and proud the horses are when given a job to do. Learn how the horses are cared for, the different approaches taken in healing and diet. See the pure love each and every volunteer has for the amazing horses. Horses are our history, our present, and our future. Blue Star works hard everyday to get this message to the public.
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