The mission of Runnin Free Ranch is to provide a non-judgmental, non-pressured environment where veterans, at-risk youth, those with special needs and their families can experience freedom, hope and positive life-changing relationships through the facilitation of equine assisted activities and counseling.
Meet Runnin Free Ranch's therapy horses. The Ranch's two horses have both been rescued. We adopted Zeke from a horse rescue organization called Throwaway Ponies. Zeke was rescued from a neglectful home and is blind in one eye. But God has not discarded him. Zeke now has a purpose to be used by God to help others experience freedom!
Meet the Ranch's other horse, Sevin who was rescued from a kill pen. Again God has a plan for each one of us and He does not desire that we be discarded. What man saw as weak God has used to make others stronger! We are so thankful to God for bringing us Sevin.
Zeke and Sevin our horse therapy partners.
Faith was one of our first therapy horses who was also adopted from Throwaway Ponies. Faith was a gentle giant Thoroughbred. She has since passed on and is now running free in the kingdom of God.
Eli, our newest therapy horse partner was found, a stray, in the Collin County area in 2011 and was rescued by Creekside Farm, Miniature Horse and Donkey Sanctuary. In 2017 he was relocated to Throwaway Ponies where Runnin Free Ranch adopted him in February 2018. Eli now has a purpose, and a permanent home with Runnin Free Ranch.