About Us

Co-founders and Directors Brad and Kathy Miller, who bring to the project years of experience in equestrian instruction and a background in mentoring youth.

Mr. Miller is co-author of the authoritative book, “The Complete Guide to Adoption Horses.”  The Miller’s have also gained recognition for the quality and integrity of their work with law enforcement, animal rescue, and community service organizations.

As a result, HRF was asked to teach horse handling and care to five pre-teens last year.  Based on positive outcomes and multiple requests to continue, HRF determined that a youth program was a natural fit with its core rescue and rehabilitation  competencies.

When funding allows, HRF is planning on making programs for at-risk youth a  regular part of its service offerings.

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Our Support Team:

HRF staff, medical care professionals, handlers, and volunteers come together on the farm using their expertise in rebuilding animal’s strength, health and trust in humans.  Thereby, making them adoptable as service animals for riding therapy organizations or pets for families or individuals.

Through our proposed program, “On-Track for Success in Middle Tennessee,” with experiences of staff and volunteers.  Will be complemented by hiring a part-time credentialed Program Coordinator with expertise in horse-assisted therapy for at-risk youth.

Board members who are parents of children with special needs, retired educators, and community leaders bring to HRF a wide range of interests and perspectives.  Their vision and governance insures the organization will continue to uphold its mission and maintain the highest standards for programmatic and financial accountability.

 

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We are in need of:
Fencing,
Supplies,
Veterinary Care

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