What We Do

MISSION

sparkleA Grazing Grace provides a therapeutic rehabilitation between people and horses. By rescuing and adopting horses, we can assess whether they can be used as one of our therapy team members or found loving homes.

ABOUT US

At A Grazing Grace, we rescue, rehabilitate and retrain horses which relies on your donations for all of the costs associated with animal rescue, sheltering, care and training. We obtained out 501(c)3 status in May 2015 and are able to accept donations as a tax deductible contributions. We are hoping to solely rely on contributions for the care of the horses that will be rescued and used in our therapy team.

Please help us to make this equine therapy and horse rescue possible by making a small gift to our programs.

We are currently functioning as an owner surrender site as opposed to going to auctions.  Our therapy program is also just starting and we are very excited! 

Equine assisted therapy is the discipline of using horses as a means to provide symbolic experiences in order to promote emotional growth. Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) incorporates horses experientially for mental and behavioral health therapy and personal development. It is a collaborative effort between a licensed therapist and a horse professional working with the clients and horses to address treatment goals. The focus of EAP is not riding or horsemanship. The focus of EAP involves setting up ground activities involving the horses which will require the client or group to apply certain skills. Non-verbal communication, creative thinking and problem-solving, leadership, work, taking responsibility, teamwork and relationships, confidence, and attitude are several examples of the tools utilized and developed by EAP.

At A Grazing Grace, our hope is to use many of the rescued horses as possible to be part of our therapy team.
Please feel free to message me for any other details.

VOLUNTEER

There are always things to be done to keep our place clean and beautiful. Fixing fence, cleaning stalls, cleaning water troughs. Help is always needed! Please visit our volunteering page to view all of the great opportunities to get involved.

Needs: Any new or used horse items would be a huge help. Items such as: -fly spray -fly masks -brushes -halters -lead ropes -winter blankets Food items are also a huge help. -equine senior -hay...alfalfa, grass/alfalfa mix -rice bran, beet pulp -alfalfa pellets or cubes Monetary donations are the single most important donation you can make. Each gift of $5, $10, $50, $100 or $1,000 makes our compassionate work possible. Each month we rely on donations from people just like you to provide top quality care for these horses. Other things that would be a huge help: -Panels -rakes -scoopers -wheel barrows -grain shed Gift certificates to: Tractor supply Valley Vet Local pet stores such as Pet Country You may also choose to send your donation directly to our Veterinarian(Edge Equine), Farrier(John Gage), hay supplier(Dave Roberti), or local feed store for grain and supplies(Pet Country). Message me for their mailing address, just make sure you send a note saying that you would like it applied to A Grazing Grace's bill, or you can send it to: 1193 N. Arm Road Greenville, CA 95947 in their name and I will make sure they get it!! Our hope is to be able to add more covered stalls to keep horses out of bad weather, and be able to specialize feeding portions and necessary supplements for horses that need it. Another goal is to get a nice hay barn built to ensure our hay stays nice and dry and also to be able to get larger loads delivered without the risk of hay getting ruined. I am sure there are many things I missed on this list, but if you have something laying around that you think would benefit these horses, just ask!!!!
Physical Description: Our ranch is located at 1193 N. Arm Road, Taylorsville, Ca. It consists of 10 acres of pasture fenced and cross fenced and 5 covered stalls.

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