War Horse Project

The War Horse project offers veterans and active duty service members a place to learn horse handling and equine behavior while interacting with other service members. There is no cost for the program.

FEBRUARY EVENT: Horsemanship 101 for Veterans and Active Duty Service Members | February 22 | 12 pm - 2 pm

War Horse Project
Benefits include:

  • Volunteer opportunities
  • The camaraderie with other Veterans and
    Active Duty service members.
  • Advanced horsemanship and other workshops.
We support our troops

Veterans and Active Duty Service Members Equine Therapy

Our veterans’ horsemanship, called Warhorse Project at Sky View Farm Castle Rock, is open to both Veterans and Active Duty service members.  

The focus of this program is to teach horse handling skills equine behavior and psychology and safety.  Participants have the opportunity to pursue more advanced equine training and handling as well as riding endeavors. Through meaningful interactions with horses and the development of effective horse-human relationships, participants can develop or improve important life skills such as self-awareness, self-confidence, emotional regulation, and both verbal and non-verbal communication skills.

Event This Month | Feburary 22, 2020

Horsemanship 101 for Veterans and Active Duty Service Members

Feburary 22, 2020 | 12 pm-2 pm

RSVP: Elaine Marion: wendy@skyviewfarmllc.com or call (720) 441-1294

No Cost to Participants

Part of the 501(c)(3) Robin's Nest Foundation

Our Warhorse Project is open to both Veterans and Active Duty service members. In Horsemanship 101, participants will spend an afternoon learning the basics of ground handling plus enjoy fun and insightful team-building activities. It is a family-friendly introduction to the power of horses.

Join Us For:

  • Basics of horses
  • Camaraderie with other Veterans and Active Duty Service Members
  • Refreshments
  • Enjoying the Outdoors

STAFF

Elaine Marion, TRI, ESMHL

Elaine has spent a lifetime pursuing her education as a horsewoman and has learned from nationally and internationally acclaimed horsemen. She has been training horses and instructing riders for over 20 years. Her multidisciplinary background includes Eventing, Dressage and Jumpers as well as some experience in western disciplines such as Ranch Versatility. Elaine holds certifications through PATH Intl in both Therapeutic Riding as well as an Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning. She is also a USDF Silver Medal rider.