The Medicine Horse Project

LUCKY CHANCE RANCH

We are excited to announce that in 2017, The Medicine Horse Project is expanding. That's right expanding!  Medicine Horse Project's current Board members and dynamic duo , Chris and Morgan Nichols, are opening the gates of Lucky Chance Ranch, located in Northern California in the serene El Dorado National Forest to The Medicine Horse Project.  We are excited to bring the incredible healing programs MHP provides to this region.  We will continue to focus on rescuing horses and partnering them with people seeking empowerment, greater self awareness and resiliency, because as we all know, Horses Are Good Medicine.  We will also host horsemanship workshops, empowerment retreats as well as healing programs for Veterans and First Responders.

Watch for more updates on Lucky Chance Ranch and MHP!


Thank you to everyone who make our rescue work possible.  I appreciate it and I can guarantee you that the horses do too!


Please make your most generous donation for these Medicine Horse Project rescue and healing efforts. 


We hope you will help us with ongoing care and operations.  The Medicine Horse Project is all about "healing" - starting with our horses.

Starting over, building a brand new horse rescue from the bottom up, is a very challenging task.  We are in need of everything to care for the horses all the way down to the basics:Buckets; Grooming Tools; Hay Feeders; Water Troughs; Corral Panels; Halters; Lead Ropes, etc.

And...of course we need HAY - lots of hay!!!

I am grateful for your support of any kind, of any amount.  Every penny is a gift!  Please join our mailing list if you'd like to receive monthly updates.   

Many Blessings,

Jill Starr

Founder


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HORSES ARE GOOD MEDICINE

The Directors of The Medicine Horse Project acknowledge that animals are sentient beings with the power to heal the hearts of those who make a personal connection with them.  We believe that animals should be admired, respected, and when needed, rescued. 


The Medicine Horse Project’s mission is the rescue, rehabilitation and adoption of horses who have suffered neglect and abuse, or are in jeopardy of being sent to slaughter.   

The rehabilitation of the rescued horse will involve and engage volunteers and program guests who come to The Project’s healing retreats.  Our guests will give care to the animals in The Medicine Horse Project, and in doing so, they will prepare them for adoption into new loving homes.  The return benefit to the caregivers is a healing of the mind, body and spirit that only animals can give humans.


Sanctuary will be provided for certain rescued horses who are not well suited for adoption due to age, health issues, or temperament.  In these cases, lifelong care will be given and the horses will not be made available for adoption.

In addition to the rescue of horses in need, The Medicine Horse Project will also open its arms to other species of animals under special circumstances.  As we begin this journey we are bringing 10 previously rescued dogs and 2 BLM mustang horses into the Project. 


The Medicine Horse Project makes its home at the Medicine Dog Franch (Farm/Ranch), also known as The Pond, in the beautiful canyons of Caliente, California. 


The Medicine Horse Project is a California 501(c)(3) not for profit organization.  All donations are tax deductible.  info@medicinehorseproject.org