“As many of us know, DreamPower Horsemanship has been a recipient of the Intero Foundation grants for the past few years due to their excellent work with troubled children. DreamPower provides therapeutic riding services as part of the counseling process to help children, teens and families cope with learning disabilities, drug or alcohol dependence, anxiety and so many other issues. The counseling staff are Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists as well as NARHA therapeutic riding instructors. Pretty impressive.
But did you know DreamPower also helped rescue 2 abandoned horses recently? Last month two horses were found wandering along the road in Morgan Hill, malnourished, thirsty and clearly disoriented. The mare and her 2 year old filly were rescued and turned over to Martha McNeil, executive director at DreamPower to care and nurture them until they can be adopted to a new home. Martha named them Naomi and Ruth after biblical heroines that were homeless for a while and said they were very sweet and friendly.
Compassionate and caring people come from all walks in life and touch our lives in many ways. From helping children and families in need to rescuing abandoned horses in town.”