Every child at Coyote Hill has the opportunity to come to the barn once a week to spend time with the horses. In addition, Coyote Hill enjoys sharing the services of Overton Arena with similar ministries that would benefit from equine therapy.Related Stories View All
How big is Overton Arena?
Overton arena has two sections. There is a 90’x72’ barn that has 14 horse stalls, a hot/cold wash rack, tack room, barn office, kitchenette, bathroom, hay storage, and dry storage. Directly connected is a 10’x120’ indoor riding arena with sand footing, and four “temporary stalls” in the indoor arena.Read More ->
How do you get your horses?
All of Coyote Hill’s horses have been acquired through donations. While we would love to open our doors to every horse that needs a new place to live, not every horse is a good match for our program. More often than not, our ability to accept new horses is based on the number of openings […]Read More ->