Open House and Horse Lover's Event!
Join us for Craft & Horse Related Vendors, Tack Swap, Silent Auction and Demos!
April 26th 2:00 - 6:00 PM
Rain Date May 3rd
BBQ & Hot Dog plates available for sale!
Come Support a Great Cause!
Proceeds support Therapeutic Horseback riding for people with special needs, disabilities, and histories of trauma.
Come on out and learn more about Saving Grace Farm, see some Horse demonstrations, sell your tack or equine related goods, buy some tack or crafts, meet our herd of special horses, and have some fun!
-10x10 Retail/Craft Vendor Booths $20 and a requested item donated to the silent auction
-10x20 Retail/Craft Vendor Booth $20 and a requested item donated to silent auction
-Tack Swap Spaces $10 (you keep all of your sales, not consignment)
Vendor Forms Download Here
Bridle-less Riding Demo
Breanna specializes in colt training and problem horses, along with touch ups on reining, ranch riding, and trail horses. She grew up riding horses with her father and grandmother. Since she was young she has been working with horses and eventually it turned into a passion for training. She is a Ken McNab certified trainer based in Concord, NC.
Saving Grace Farm
Therapeutic Riding Demo
Saving Grace Farm is a nonprofit organization that offers therapeutic equine assisted activities to people with special needs, disabilities, PTSD, anxiety, depression, etc. Come watch a demo with a rider with special needs and learn exactly how horses can help people.
Liberty Freestyle Demo
Kristen has been an avid student of Natural Horsemanship for over 10 years. She has attended a total of 22 weeks of official horsemanship courses over the last 5 years, both in Colorado and Florida, and is an official level 4 graduate of the Parelli Natural Horsemanship program, as well as former Parelli professional. In addition, she has studied Rider Biomechanics to expand her knowledge of engagement and collection, and to learn how to develop a healthier posture and movement for you and your horse, no matter what discipline you ride.
Join-up/Ground Relationship Demo
Janna Griggs is the Executive Director of Saving Grace Farm. She has over 25 years experience working with horses and over 15 years experience working with people with special needs. She enjoys educating people on how horses think and how it correlates to humans and the lives we lead. She holds a BA in Therapeutic Horsemanship from St. Andrews University and is a PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) International Instructor and Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning.