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Veteran Horse Day 11-13-21
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Veteran Horse Day Feb 21 2022
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Recovery horse activity day 4-16-22

Now accepting applications for

our residential Job Training Program

United States Equestrian Federation

chooses HorseSensing tobe one of 17 Community Outreach Organizations across

the U.S.Here is a short video with our Executive Director explaining what we do and what

this means for HorseSensing

We can use sponsors for the ongoing care of our horses which are obviously a vital part of serving our veterans and people in recovery from addiction. Sponsor a horse by name- Blaze, Tucker, Realize, Bey or our newest young horse teachers, Rocky and Midnight.
You can donate with no fees through
PayPal Giving fundby going to


Big News!

HorseSensing is NOT a treatment center, however, we do provide support for those in recovery from addictions by providing 12 step meetings at our facility and taking folks to outside meetings as well. Since some of our staff members are also in recovery with many years clean as well as licensed therapists, one on one sessions to support recovery are also available.

Apply for our

residential program

by requesting an

application at

Our most recent HS Grooming Education,

Certification and Job Placement Program graduates


Relapse Prevention

Free Housing for veterans and

folks in recovery

while going through our HS Grooming, Education,

Certification and Job

       Placement Program!

Our objectives for you, the participant
purpose, and
a feeling of belonging
Teaching humans how to interact intuitively with horses, care for horses, and better care for themselves and those around them.
To help veterans transition back to civilian life more successfully through being with horses. To provide people in recovery from addictions a solid path to staying clean and sober for the long haul through working with and being with horses. To provide them a path to a purposeful, stable and fulfilling life through the principles of good horsemanship.
Provide equine therapy to all ages and need groups in Shelby county and beyond.
To teach professional horse caretaking skills in a therapeutic environment, provide equine assisted therapy, and promote both human and equine well-being.

Past Events

Veteran resident and HS Grooming student, Sean, wins the chili cook-off October 7, 2023!

Donate your car here!


Join us for our

Annual Holiday Party

on December 16, 2023 at 2pm


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