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Great Article about HARTH - Highland Lakes Visitor's Guide December 2019

Check out the article on HARTH in the Burnet Bulletin.

L.L.Casey & Co., LLC, Property Tax Appeal and Consulting Services is now a Helping Hands sponsor!  Thank you!
Reese's Truck Pieces has joined our efforts to provide scholarships through our Helping Hands Program!  Thank you!

A big THANK YOU to Main Street Dental Center for their participation in our Helping Hands Scholarship Program!  There are several students on our waiting list so this donation will be put to good use!

We are thrilled to welcome the folks from Johnson Sewell Ford Lincoln to our Helping Hands Scholarship Program!  Their donation will go to help those with special needs pay for therapeutic riding sessions.  Thank you!

Dr. Elizabeth DeFily of Bluebonnet Veterinary Clinic kicks off our Helping Hands Scholarship Program for those with special needs.  A BIG thank you to Elizabeth DeFily, DVM for her generous donation to our program! 


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Horse Assisted Therapy for Veterans "As prey animals, horses are hypervigilant until they learn they are not in danger. ... Because of their own hypervigilance, veterans with PTSD easily understand and can relate to the trust and hypervigilance in a horse."  Read more about Horse Assisted Therapy.

Zar Zagano (aka "Zar") is a gorgous 17 hand Danish Warmblood that was imported from Denmark in 2000. He has had a steady showing career showing all over the US in the jumper divisions.  He has shown sucessfully in Texas, St. Louis, Kentucky, and even the winter circuits in California. His last show was in the A/O Jumper division at the Pin Oak/Spring Gathering Horse Shows and he went out the winner! Now he enjoys the farm and is always begging for treats as soon as someone walks by his stall.   We almost lost Zar a few years ago when he choked badly and was in intensive care for a week.  Now, he has to have 'soup' for his meals (along with his hay!).  He doesn't seem to mind being catered to, and is always the first to greet you when you walk in the barn.