Saratoga WarHorse is a nonprofit organization assisting veterans who are suffering from invisible, psychological wounds by providing a confidential, peer-to-peer, action based, equine-assisted experience that initiates immediate and empowering changes.
“Only 1 percent of American men and women have answered their country’s call to serve and protect in the military, and yet out of the entire general population in the United States, those who have served account for 20 percent of all suicides.”
Saratoga WarHorse offers veterans a three-day experience that has proven to be effective and invaluable for those struggling to adjust to life after military service. The program is provided at no cost to the veterans.
Woodside, one of only 14 Southern Living Inspired Communities, is excited to host its very first Southern Living Inspired Home Tour!
This tour runs from April 21st to May 29th, on Friday, Saturday and Sunday here in Aiken and is expected to draw roughly 10,000 visitors over the course of its six weekends.
Visit online at http://woodsidecommunities.com/plan-your-visit/
TOWN OF SARATOGA – Bodie is six years old and he’s already on his second career and preparing for a third.
These days the former thoroughbred racehorse is enjoying himself at Cricket Hill Farm.
This is where Saratoga War Horse helps veterans suffering from the stresses of war by connecting them with horses.
Saratoga WarHorse Foundation, a nonprofit organization offering veterans a three-day experience that has proven to be effective and invaluable for those struggling to adjust to life after military service, will be participating in the Thoroughbred Makeover and National Symposium organized by the Retired Racehorse Project (RRP).
Horses find new life off the track healing veterans.