Silver Buckle Saddle Club is located in Plymouth, Minnesota. Riders of all ages enjoy competition and camaraderie while participating in Western Pleasure and gaming. Great views for enjoying the competitions.

Minnesota Mounted Shooters are affiliated with the National Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association. This is one of the fastest growing equestrian sports in the nation. Their Western re-enactment, fast action timed events are amazing entertainment for all ages.

2nd Wind Renegades is a Mounted Shooting organization based in Catawba, Wisconsin. Fun for all ages. For information visit their website of contact Lisa Grimsely or Dave Halmstad.

Reining Grace Ranch exists to redeem the Equine, strengthen the child and discover the Spirit of Hope for the family. Located in Scottsdale, Arizona, Reining Grace Ranch provides a wonderful mentorship program for children with an adult and a chosen horse. For more information, visit them at:

The Minnesota Hooved Animal Rescue Foundation was started in 1994 and is based in Zimmerman, MN. Their mission is to rescue horses and other hooved animals in distress, while treating each animal with compassion and respect, and to educate the public on welfare of the hooved animal. They are often looking for volunteers. Visit them at:

Stolen Horse International brings attention to major crime against horse lovers horse theft. They provide valuable information and assistance in recovering lost, stolen or missing equines in addition to educating the public. For help or for more information visit them at:

So Others May Shine is a great program committed to building integrity and self-confidence in youth through horse management. They are located in Buffalo, Minnesota and work with ages 5-18.

Changing Gaits, Inc. is a faith based EAAS (Equine Assisted Addiction Services) program based on the OK Corral techniques. It is committed to teaching, guiding and encouraging positive attitudes, beahavior modification and Life Skills by using powerful therapeutic approach through the healing bond with horses.

Walk-on Therapeutic Riding Programs, run by Ken and Katy Giske, is located in River Falls, Wisconsin and provides therapeutic riding instruction for children and adults with physical, developmental, social and emotional disabilities. For more information, visit
Aspire Therapeutic Riding Program provides benefits to individuals with disabilities through animal assisted activities and outreach programs. They are located in Waterloo, Iowa. To find out more, visit them at: