Meet Rachel Royston, Executive Director!

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 a mobile mini program to take Baxter, our mini horse to schools, clubs, the library and other locations where equineContinue reading “Meet Rachel Royston, Executive Director!”

Great Volunteers Make Turning Point Turn

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 and horses through our challenging sessions. But the rewards are HUGE.  From holding the reins to letting go of theContinue reading “Great Volunteers Make Turning Point Turn”

Behind the Scenes at Special Olympics

You can read all about Turning Point’s medals at Special Olympics in the 2012 Year End Newsletter but this picture gives you an idea of all the “behind the scenes coordination it takes to make it happen.  Meanwhile Carson worked on his iPad when he wasn’t riding, Sarah was our youngest competitor and won herContinue reading “Behind the Scenes at Special Olympics”