Hope for Logan means finding love, purpose, faith, and balance.
Grandparents Elaine and Lee notices a marked tension developing between their grandson, Logan, and his mom over Sunday night dinners together. A single parent household, school pressure and waning communication meant 12-year-old Logan needed an outlet for his frustrations.
Hope Reins became his second home, providing a cathartic experience to balance the challenges of day-to-day life.
Four years later, the strapping 6’2″, 16 year old, now assumes leadership roles during Saturday barn chores and masters equine sills like an old pro with his favorite horse, Abby, a 2,000 pound Percheron. “When I’m here, I forget everything else going on in my life,” says Logan.