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Healing, learning & growing through experiences with horses.

Courageous Connections

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Our Mission

To promote the physical and emotional development of people of all ages and unique abilities through safe, therapeutic, outdoor experiences with horses.

The essential joy of being with horses is that it brings us in contact with the rare elements of grace, beauty, spirit, and freedom.

- Sharon Ralls Lemon -

Proudly serving Snohomish County, Washington!

These 3 separate classes offer participants, of all ages and abilities, a safe and unique opportunity to partner with horses while working from the ground.  Check out each of our programs below!
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What we hear from our volunteers:
'This is a life-changing experience'
We need your help!  In addition to arena help we also need help with a variety of other activities such as Newsletters, Social Media, Marketing, Fundraising, and Event Planning.  Please contact us to see how you can get involved. 
We couldn't exist without our Donors.  Your donations provide scholarships to participants in need and help us care for our beautiful horses. Every dollar helps!  

Thanks to our Community Donors!

As summer comes to a close and we approach the start of Fall, the change of seasons seems like a perfect time to take a moment to recognize all of the people and resources that have crossed our path in the last few months.  With that in mind, we held our first ever 'Appreciation Day' event on August 29th and we certainly have a lot to appreciate!  It was a beautiful day and included many of our wonderful participants, volunteers, donors and staff members.  Without this amazing collection of people, there wouldn't be a Courageous Connections! In addition to each of the individuals who have participated in Courageous Connections there have been several other noteworthy accomplishments: 

Read the full message from our president below: 

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