You did it! You helped the best-selling book about Hope Reins' blind Appaloosa horse, Joey, blaze a winning trail and take the top prize in Tyndale's 2018 Literary Lovers Madness
Watch Jennifer Marshall Bleakley, author of Joey: How a Blind Rescue Horse Helped Others Learn to See, and Kim Kelly Tschirret, Founder and CEO of Hope Reins, as they
Thought we'd share this outstanding article on how horses heal. Enjoy! *** "In 1991, 11-year-old Jaycee Lee Dugard was abducted while walking from her home to a nearby school bus stop.
We recently had a visit from a talented journalist from North Carolina Health News to delve into just why Hope Reins' equine therapy program helps kids. And, thanks to
Help fund the remaining 100 40 Kairos Kids on our waiting list who—like Troy— experience pain no child should face alone. Last weekend, Troy embraced his new equine friend, Sparrow, while attending
Hope Reins friend, fellow horse lover and WRAL-TV anchor Gerald Owens spotlights the special friendship Alyssa had with our blind appaloosa, Joey. "RALEIGH, N.C. — At Hope Reins in north Raleigh rescued horses help
During this season of Thanksgiving, we want to say thanks for giving hope! Hope. It’s a simple word that represents so much to our kids and families at Hope