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Where horses bring hope, happiness, and healing to special needs children.
Hosted by Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Center, this family-friendly event is open to walkers or equestrians with thousands of dollars in prizes just for participating with proceeds benefiting the Manes and Miracles kiddos!
Horses are used by physical, speech, and occupational therapists to reach their patients on a personal level. Children benefit from the motor, emotional, and sensory input that come with riding a horse during equine-assisted therapy.
Manes and Miracles is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving the lives of those in Arizona’s East Valley who have physical, mental, and emotional disabilities. We aim to affordably enhance the lives of those we serve through the connections they share with our specially trained horses, committed therapist partners, and caring volunteers.
The Manes & Miracles herd is the backbone of our program. We have a variety of horses (and other animals) to ensure all clients have a positive, enriching experience. Many animals are donated and there are opportunities to sponsors a herd member!
Manes and Miracles is passionate about creating positive relationships through volunteer opportunities, fundraising events, community outreach, and meaningful collaborations with other physical and mental health service providers. This generous support network makes it possible for Manes and Miracles to provide scholarships, develop additional programs, and continually improve our clients’ experiences. We honor the support of our community by using our resources prudently and transparently.
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Hayden gets to leave behind the limitations of her wheelchair each week as she experiences the freedom of walking during therapy with Winston, her favorite horse.
When you join the Miracle Makers Club, you provide scholarships for Hayden and the over 60 other special needs friends receiving equine-assisted therapy at Manes and Miracles!