Key Fall 2019 Dates
Returning Volunteer Dinner: Sun, Aug 25
Volunteer Orientation: Tues, Aug 27
Horse Leader Training: Weds, Aug 28
Feed Team Training: Fri, Aug 30
First Day of Sessions: Mon, Sept 9
Dedicated donors make it possibe for riders like Ander find success at Turning Point.
If you would love to do something that makes a real difference, Turning Point Ranch needs volunteers to make horseback riding happen for special kids.
Our riders have a lot of fun, but they're also working on important life skills. Some need muscle tone or balance.
"Little Black a Pony" by Walter Farley is a great place to start! For the past six years, Turning Point has provided the book to each first grader at Highland Park Elementary.
OK...they aren't very green in January, but that's why we need volunteers to feed and water our herd year round. And keep an eye on the herd dynamics.
When you come Turning Point Ranch, the first horse to the fence to say, “Howdy!” is usually Buck. He loves people and is always ready for attention. And treats! Buck – that’s short for Buckaroo …
Rachel Royston is now the Executive Director of Turning Point. She joined the program in August of 2016 and has been instrumental in the development of the new Turning Point facility. She has also instituted …
On paper, our volunteers are side-walkers, horse leaders, feed team or schooling team members, but in reality, they change the lives of our riders and horses. It takes both creativity and patience to coax riders …