Reading With Rescues Set to Begin

We are excited to launch a new program for local students to interact with our rescues – Reading wtih Rescues.


A program for K-8th grade students to come to the rescue and read to a horse, donkey or mule, supervised, but unassisted, for approximately 20-25 minutes. Students are welcome to bring their own reading material or borrow some from the donated books.

The program will take place on the second and fourth Monday of the month. There will be two sessions 6:30-7:30 and 7:30-8:30. Sign-up will be by RSVP and limited to 20 students per session.

After reading, students will have a “petting expierence” where they will pet an equine and get to ask a handler horse questions.

All parents/gaurdians and students will be required to watch a safety video and sign a Release waiver. An adult will be required to stay on the property while the student is reading. Ample parking and comfortable accomodations are available.

A $5 donation per student is appreciated but not required.

If you would like to volunteer to assist with this program please e-mail us at

Select a date to read with the rescues.