We welcomed teachers from Moorestown Township to Majoda for a fun 3 day professional development program! We are excited to expand this program!
Stay tuned for more details!
We were honored to be invited to Bancroft Day 2019. We took three of our horses Pegasa, Okie and Poppers to visit with families and friends of Bancroft who benefit so greatly from their amazing programs. Bancroft is a leading non-profit organization that annually serves 1,300 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities including autism, and another neurological rehabilitation needs through a wide range of programs and services.
We are so excited to visit them again this year. To learn more about their incredible programs please click the link below to be directed to their website.
Ginger Krantz provides teaching demonstrations with our hard working horses! She gives us the opportunity to grow our knowledge of energy healing and witness the healing process of a horse. These are amazing moments to be a part of and a chance for us all to learn how to provide our horses with the best possible over all care. We will be sure to update our events page when Ginger visits us again.
We invite you all to visit her website and learn more about the work she does.
Toll Booth Saddle Shop in Mount Holly, NJ provides everything the horse and rider needs. Their tack shop has been horsing around since 1974. For over 40 years they have been providing quality equestrian products at prices riders can afford. They go out of their way to find the equestrian products you need, and the unique gift items you want.
The Equus Projects creates performances works that brings together dancers and horses. Through their performances and workshops their mission is to inspire humans to be better physical communicators and more compassionate humans!
For more information about the Equus Projects, click down below.
You supply the chair, and maybe a comfy blanket to wrap up in and we'll supply the movie, hot chocolate and popcorn.
$20 cash donation per person is appreciated. All proceeds go toward The Barn Fund.