Your Gift Doubles! Give Before 12/24/21

    Today, we are asking you to give a gift to help a child with a disability from a family that needs financial assistance. The pandemic has caused unimaginable anxiety and trauma for children and families; read more here.  Families are desperately seeking help for their children. Let me tell you how your gift […]
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Max is Helping Children

Life-Changing Friend Max has been a life-changing friend to many children whose lives have been dramatically impacted by the last year’s stressful events. He competed for years as a jumper and took a break from competing in horse shows before coming to the barn. Max enjoys teaching students the basics of steering, transitioning from walking […]
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Horse Show Season

Years in the Making Have you ever been in a horse show? I have not, but after hearing about our students’ experiences over the past couple of months, I feel like I have missed out!  The Red Barn staff is full of talented riders who have wanted to give our students that horse show experience […]
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Near and Far

I Love The Red Barn I love The Red Barn. I’m sure that you do too, but I REALLY love The Red Barn. I love the people, the property, the organizational structure, the organization, the inner workings, the mission, the children, the horses, the cats. I LOVE The Red Barn. Everything in my life brought […]
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Get Your Eyes Fixed by Jason Daggett

As a kid, I used to watch a lot of baseball. I loved seeing the big leaguers get in the batter’s box, dig in, and get set for the ball to be delivered. I loved it all. Then I realized one day that the grass on the field was amazing. The different patterns and shapes […]
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What It Means to Be a Red Barn Horse by Alexis Braswell

Thank you, Alexis Braswell, for this beautiful tribute to Jessie. If you know me, you know that it was no secret that Jessie was my favorite Red Barn Horse. In fact, Jessie was one of my favorite horses ever – and I’ve been around a lot of horses over the last 30 years. As cliché […]
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