Monthly Archives : November 2016

Horse Development Program

Pilgrim is a 10 year old 14.3hh Spotless Appaloosa that recently graduated our Horses Helping Humans horse development program. She is a rescue from the Horse Protection Association of Florida (HPAF) that our program has developed into a solid therapeutic and recreational riding horse.

We are very proud to announce that Pilgrim has found a forever home thanks to the great effort from the WHC Development Team and HPAF staff

WHC has been helping HPAF with staff education and business leadership as a effort to support horse rescues and therapeutic riding program further their missions.

If you would like to donate to our Horses Helping Humans mission please click the Donate button and invest in our efforts at the top of the page.

Horses Helping Humans

Joy is a coming 5 year old pony approximately 14.2hh.  Joy was rescued by Georgia Equine Rescue, She came to them with a body score of 1! Nancy Faulconer of Cloud9 Ranch and her team gave Joy a natural restart and got her back to being healthy and happy!

She was then adopted by Wild Horsemanship Center to continue to live our mission of supporting certified therapeutic riding centers with natural horsemanship through our Horses Helping Humans program. The goal is for WHC to donate Joy to a therapeutic riding facility! She would make a great kids pony for a center certified with PATH.

Joy is available

If you are interested in Joy for your therapy facility please contact us! email:

Stirrups N Strides Therapeutic Riding Center

Ranch came out Wild Horsemanship Center (WHC) from Stirrups N Strides Therapeutic Riding Center with confidence and saddling issues.  Stirrups N Strides is a PATH accredited therapeutic riding program that helps disabled riders achieve higher levels of physical and mental health.

Ranch needed a broader foundation to be a safe and confident therapeutic riding horse as his previous training had only been in driving. He came to our Horses Helping Humans horse development program very unconfident about being handled or ridden. With in a few months of being with our staff and in our foundation training program, Ranch showed huge changes in confidence and understanding. He graduated or therapeutic riding program with high expectations of returning to Stirrup N Strides.

Due to navicular changes in his front hoofs WHC and Stirrups N Strides agreed to retire Ranch from therapeutic riding.

He found his forever home with a PATH certified instructor that works at Stirrups N Strides. He now does light trail rides for the family with confidence.

We wish Ranch and his new family well and WHC continues to work with Stirrups N Strides in the areas of staff education, horsemanship and business leadership through our Horses Helping Humans program