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Experience Hearts In Hand Horsemanship, LLC

Our mission is to bring people together with horses who live almost wild, teach people how to read the language of the horse, and share the joy we have found through the Son of God, Jesus Christ. If you love being outside, come join us.

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                   About

Our mission is to help people recognize themselves in horses, find true healing and connection through Jesus Christ, and share the joy of  rescued horses living almost wild here in the great northeast.

 

We fund Hearts in Hand Horsemanship, LLC with mounted archery clinics, horse training for desensitization and ground manners, donations and scholarships. Our scholarship programs enable us to provide free-of-charge group and one-on-one activities for at-risk-youth, first responders, military and police. Our ministry is also  for those young and old who love horses, want to feel warm horse breath on their cheeks and and to learn how to communicate in horse language.

 

Why did we begin this equine services ministry? To share our blessing and great joy.

 

The Bible says that our Lord Jesus Christ returns on His white horse, after which we will be with Him forever. We interact and ride our horses with the prayer that we are joining His heavenly army in spirit and in our hearts.

 

"Revelations 19:11-16"

Now I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse. And He who sat on him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness He judges and makes war. His eyes were like a flame of fire, and on His head were many crowns. He had a name written that no one knew except Himself. He was clothed with a robe dipped in blood, and His name is called The Word of God. And the armies in heaven, clothed in fine linen, white and clean, followed Him on white horses. Now out of His mouth goes a sharp sword, that with it He should strike the nations. And He Himself will rule them with a rod of iron. He Himself treads the winepress of the fierceness and wrath of Almighty God. And He has on His robe and on His thigh a name written:

KING OF KINGS AND
LORD OF LORDS

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What We Do

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Natural Horsemanship

Building relationships with horses

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Youth Group Programs

Being a light for our future generation

Mounted Archery Clinics

Shooting a bow while riding horseback

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Military, Police, and First Responders

Serving Those Who Serve Us

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One On One Sessions

Dedicated time for horse and human

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Girls' Groups

Mutual support for girls and horses

“I will not forget you! See, I have engraved you on the palms of my hands; your walls are ever before me. ”

Isaiah 49: 15-16

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Jules Harrell

Director of Operations and Safety

Like all rescued horses in kill pens, Jules was homeless a couple of times. She is trauma-informed and comfortable working with both violent kill pen horses and soldiers in crises. Whether you are a bullied teen or a law enforcement professional, the peace found so easily with horses is the answer to prayers.

Jules was a lonely 12 year old who found solace with her white horse, running wild and free. No bit, no shoes, no saddle. No stall for the longest time. Humans need the same feeling of freedom. Jules believes the Lord Jesus Christ is the answer to our prayers. He returns to us soon on His white horse.

 

Revelations 19:11-16

Reesa Montana

Director of Communications

Reesa is Jules' daughter, and a new mother to a beautiful baby boy. She has been passionate about helping young people since she was saved by the Lord in her early twenties. Reesa loves combining wilderness activities, free writing, and horse love to help young folks draw closer to the redeeming love of Jesus Christ. Having been through many trials in life, Reesa believes that if one person reaches out to someone who is hurting, Christ's love can work in that persons heart, and change their world forever.

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Zoey

Main Horse for the Littles

Zoey is a paint quarter horse who  has been with us the longest. She was rescued by a young girl at two years old. Starved at auction, she was four hundred pounds underweight. Zoey was  purchased by Jules in 2013. She is our most well trained horse, and is very cuddly, but can become quite sassy when she feels like it! Zoey is our the best horse for working with children, and people who have never been around horses.

Mama

Lead Mare

Mama is a standardbred who was rescued from horrific conditions, and a life as a former racehorse throw-away. It has taken many years, and lots of love and training to get her to where she is today, but man was she worth it. Mama took some time off but she's now being ridden again and really enjoys our time together. Mama is  our best horse for quiet and gentler spirits.

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Pepper

Pretty Boy

Pepper is a rescued Andalusian mustang/quarter horse (mutt) who joined our herd a couple of years ago. He is a sweet boy who wants to be good! Thankfully, Jules was able to train him to back up upon first meeting him, and he has been steadily learning ever since. Pepper has been started under saddle and is learning to become a great trail horse. Pepper is our best horse for those with more experience, or who have been working with us for a while.

Spirit

Pasture Pet

Spirit is a standardbred, and our most recent addition to the herd. We rescued Spirit fresh off of the race track! It is taking him a long time to bulk up, and get used to wild horse living, but he has settled in beautifully. We are blessed to have this special boy with us, and he has enjoyed being a non-working well-mannered member of the family. This Spring we are starting him, meaning he is being trained to ride. First thing you will notice about him is how loving and friendly Spirit is to those who may be sad or lonely at heart.

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