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Horse Feathers Equine Center Inc.

EIN: 20-5165544
Founded: 2006
6320 N Hwy 74c
Guthrie OK 73044
Last Updated 2018-01-03

Public Charity

Equine Welfare Network Guardian
We are proud to be a *2017 Guardian and share our horse care & use practices with the public.

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Primary Focus involving horses (Horse Welfare, Public Service, Sport & Recreation):  Horse Welfare

Our organization operates programs involved with horse rescue, foster care, rehabilitation, adoption and/or retirement.

Our organization operates programs involved with providing equine assisted activities and therapies (EAAT) using certified instructors for individuals with special needs.

Our organization's primary activity is equine rescue, adoption & retirement.

Our organization is directly responsible for the care and shelter of horses.

100% of our total programs and services are horse-related.

Our organization conducts its horse-related programs at one facility.

Our Mission/How we are involved with horses:
Rehabilitate horses facing abuse and neglect, injured or abandoned to best optimal health. Provide assistance programs for those who can no longer care for their beloved animal thereby keeping the horse in its environment. Provide Equine Education to the public, Equine Assisted Psychotherapy for members of the community.

Horse-related programs:
We provide specialized care whether it be rehab through medical, physical or spiritual or starting with ground basics and going on to further training. Those horses who are rehabbed through the program go on to be adopted out through our Adoption Program. Those who aren't will live here in Sanctuary. Our goal is to help those horses who would not be given a chance due to the time and assistance needed to rehab as far as possible giving them a second chance at a life.<br/><br/>We provide education to Youth and prospective/current horse owners on proper equine care. We cover a wide range of topics from feeding, dental, farrier, every topic that pertains to horse care. We hold clinics to Educate the public. We have our Food Bank and Blanket Bank to help the community with their horses on a temporary basis thereby helping to keep horses in their homes.<br/><br/>We offer therapy/therapeutic situations for Veterans or others in the community who are suffering from PTSD, Trauma, Drug & Alcohol Issues.

Non-horse-related programs:
Fundraising activities, Work Day weekends where the community can come to help do General Cleanup and repairs at the facility. Holiday activities for social environment. Community Service to Colleges, School Districts, Boy and Girl Scouts, Juvenile Programs through the Court Systems.

Volunteer Opportunities

Working Student-Room & Meals
Minimum Age: 19
Working Student for at least 3 month period. This is a NON-paying position. We provide you with a room in main house, full bath in hall, bathroom supplies, laundry supplies, meals, snacks, etc. We are like "family" here, community where we all work together. We need someone we can trust with the care of our horses and to be in our home. We are a work in progress here looking for someone who wants to be a part of a nonprofit facility that focuses on rehabilitation of horses and educating the community. We have lots of construction going on--new arena going in, round pen being moved, new fencing going up. Someone who can work around that and still do hands on work with the horses getting them ready for adoption. This is to include--teaching haltering, leading, picking up feet for farrier, grooming, bathing, lunging where able, getting used to tack, desensitizing to lots of things. Must be an EARLY riser. Opportunity to learn, build confidence, help horses that oridinarily would not have a second chance at life. We do a lot of medical here and you can gain insight into this by being here.

Mornings after feed is best to work with horses. Afternoon time allows for someone to do online study until evening feed so if your going to school this is a good way to do it and help horses at the same time.

Someone with initiative and organized, people skills, not afraid of physical work. No princesses or entitled attitudes - We don't do drama. Someone 19 or older, single. Proper barn attire MANDATORY. No alcohol/drugs allowed on property--immediate expulsion from property for violation.

We do not use harsh training methods or harsh tack here. No abuse is tolerated.
Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate pets or additional horses. We currently have dogs on property and cats at the barn.

No Working Couples.

Barn Help Needed!
Horse Feathers is in need of volunteers to assist with feeding, cleaning, grooming and general chores around the facility. People with horse experience, or those who demonstrate an ability to listen and learn may be able to work with the horses in order to enable them to find their forever homes.

Please read our Volunteer page on the website, read the Handbook and fill out volunteer forms.

Wish List Items

Assistance For Our Guests
Used Electric Golf Cart to help our handicapped guests move around the facility more easily. Currently, we have no means to assist our handicapped visitors travel within the facility, which limits accessibility.

*Guardians are organizations on the Equine Welfare Network that demonstrate a commitment to public transparency and accountability by their willingness to publish and share extensive data about their operations. The Guardian Designation is awarded annually.