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Are you looking for an opportunity to make a positive impact?

Do you enjoy surrounding yourself with others who share your community spirit and commitment to teamwork? Or perhaps you would like to connect with our amazing riders and special horses? In any case, you have come to the right place!

For over 40 years Halleck Creek Ranch has helped people with disabilities live a life without barriers.

At Halleck Creek Ranch we pair gentle horses with dedicated volunteers, creating a dynamic team that carries our special riders into the beautiful Nicasio countryside, allowing them to experience the powerful physical and emotional benefits of therapeutic horseback riding.

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Halleck Creek Ranch thrives on the generous support of the people that donate their time and/or money.

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Halleck Creek Ranch Races to Raise Funds

Saturday, April 28th is the Sonoma County Human Race, and HCR is racing to raise $25,000 to help cover the cost of feed and veterinary care for our gentle therapy horses! To kick it off our Board of Directors is matching the first $5,000 raised dollar-for-dollar.

We truly could not provide the empowering outdoor experiences we do were it not for our horses. Please join us in raising funds to ensure they get the best feed, care and stabling possible!

Will you support us by making a contribution today? Don’t forget! Our Board of Directors has promised to match the first $5,000 raised. That means your gift of $50 becomes $100, $100 becomes $200 and so on.

Click here to donate, and have your donation doubled today! 

Halleck Creek Ranch invites people with disabilities, and their families, to live a “Life without barriers” through the beneficial activity of therapeutic horseback riding. Horseback riding promotes a unique sense of freedom and mobility, allowing riders to imagine the future, and to enjoy the present, in a way they never thought possible. For volunteers, their interactions with the riders teaches them that people with disabilities can do anything they want to, they just have to do it a little differently. The relationships between riders, volunteers, and horses establish connections that benefit our entire community.

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