Animals Bridge Love and Education (ABLE) is an educational camp for school field trips, church groups, scout troops and foster and adoptive family groups to come out, learn about our rescue animals and get a chance to interact with them.
ABLE IS PLEASED TO OFFER OUR “READ-TO-RIDE” PROGRAM AGAIN THIS JULY!
Read-to-Ride is a 30-minute guided educational horse experience that includes brushing, saddling, and riding a TBAR ABLE horse.
Time slots are available on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays in July, from 9am-11pm. Participants must preregister by noon the day before their visit. Registration available at: http://read2ride.eventbrite.com
Cost is $10 for 1/2 hour of horse time, $20 for a riding lesson, or Free for children ages 6-10 who bring in a completed “Read-to-Ride” Ticket (one time only). Register on EventBrite to reserve your spot and pay on site.
Due to animal wellness and personal safety there is a 250lb weight limit. Riding is in the arena only.
TBAR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit no-kill animal rescue, and the Animals Bridge Love and Education (ABLE) program is a community outreach initiative with a focus on prevention through education. Please visit www.t-bar.org for more info!
True Blue Animal Rescue
True Blue Animal Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit no-kill animal rescue focused on helping domestic animals in need due to abuse or neglect situations. TBAR takes in animal from personal rescues and through team efforts with law enforcement or veterinarian hospitals. They also support other shelters by offering additional homes for unwanted and homeless animals, or by networking their urgent placement needs. TBAR strives to educate the public on proper pet care, and to advocate the prevention of pet overpopulation through spay and neuter funding options. Over the past twelve months TBAR has taken in 56 horses, 67 dogs, and 26 cats. In the same time period they have found homes for 25 horses, 58 dogs and 20 cats. TBAR maintains 30-40 horses and 30 - 40 dogs at the facility at all times, which means that as we place them in approved homes more animals are always coming in. This past year they held 8 ABLE kids camp events.