About HopeWell Ranch

HopeWell Ranch is a non-profit organization that desires, through the use of rescued horses, to reach out to children and people who may have emotional, spiritual, physical and social needs. It is our goal to offer them the unconditional love of a horse and caring staff, as an example of Christ’s love, to help facilitate healing and the restoration of hope for their future.

Participation in our riding programs can provide emotional benefits such as self-confidence, independence, self-worth, self-esteem, improved social skill, responsibility and increased attention span. Physical benefits include increased balance, coordination, flexibility, mobility, circulation and improved muscle tone.

Working with equines and the social interaction between riders can greatly benefit the body, mind and spirit.



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Early morning light in the Legacy. I had a breakfast meeting with Tom Olver of United Way so chores came early. We are so blessed to be the recipient of the share Grant between United Way, the Mt. Pleasant Community Foundation and us! Our Fund Development committee is helping us move forward to becoming a stronger organization. Thank you Tom for your part in helping us and for the wonderful breakfast at Newcomb’s Family Diner! See MoreSee Less

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This morning Rocky was laying in the snow behind me as I was filling the trough. I kept hearing crunch crunch crunch crunch crunch crunch. I turned around and watched as my dog was devouring snow. It took me back to the years when I used to eat icicles as a child. That silly dog just finished his breakfast I guess he wanted something cold to wash it down with! See MoreSee Less

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Opie is as sweet as his name! This wonderful boy has made in roads to many people’s hearts! He’s given children the confidence to soar above their fears and limitations! I love this wonderful doe eyed horse! 🐴❤️😊 See MoreSee Less

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The eyes are the windows to the soul! Horses have some of the most beautiful eyes I believe I’ve ever seen. See MoreSee Less

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Spent the morning with our farrier getting hooves trimmed. Mercy was all over me with her muzzle! I think she loves and misses human interaction! Then spent a portion of the afternoon with a lovely couple from Midland sharing about HopeWell. Great day!! See MoreSee Less

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