Because of the Coronavirus pandemic, there has been a lot of trouble trying to maintain, feed and take care of the horses at the horse-back riding school. Because of economic matters, it has been needed to send some horses away to a farm for a while to reduce expenses. With this group of horses went a mare named Miss Minnie. She is now back at the school but it is a matter of time until it is absolutely necessary to sell her and other horses as well. I have ridden her for a long time now and we have learned so much from each other. She had a hard past and has finally found a home, a place where she is taken care of, where people love her. The owners of the riding school have always worked so hard to take care of all the horses and to create a loving space for all of the students and their families to have the experience of interaction with horses, learning so many valuable lessons. Not only do we students learn how to ride horses in this place, but we have the opportunity to share the amazing gifts that are horses with people who are exposed to social risks. These horses mean everything to us and have impacted many people's lives. Help us defeat the situation the coronavirus has laid upon us. Help us save the horse-back riding school that means so much to so many people and to keep the horses well and safe. Please donate to help Miss Minnie stay home. Every possible contribution will be deeply appreciated and will be of substantial help and worth. During situations like this is when we have to lift eachother up, we have to take care of the other. Please help us get through this difficult situation! Thank you so much!