Saving Grace Farm... Nurturing Mind, Body and Spirit through Equine Connection...


Earth Day Jam

Earth Day Jam is a music and arts festival that benefits the LandTrust of Central NC and Saving Grace Farm, a therapeutic horsemanship center that provides healing services to children and adults.  With a stellar line up of music and plenty of fun activities for the kids, EDJ brings the community together to celebrate Mother Earth.  Our mission is to raise awareness for environmental issues and provide educational opportunities that promote sustainable farming, local food, conscious environmental choices, energy conservation, protection of resources, and natural healing.  More information is located at


Summer Camps


Register now for Horsemanship Camps!

Horsemanship camps at Saving Grace Farm teach more than riding.  We teach respect, mindfulness, responsibility and compassion.  Our equine assisted experiential learning opportunities help children develop leadership skills, self awareness, and relationship skills.  In addition to daily activities with the horses, we offer nature walks, arts and crafts, and journaling.  Come horse around with us this summer.

June 16-20,  June 23-27,  August 11-15

Please contact for more information.


Teambuilding and Leadership


“Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.”  -Michael Jordan

Who better than to guide us through the art of become an effective team than the horses?  The herd dynamic is natural, effective, mutually beneficial, and based on taking care of the needs of the group.  When one succeeds, all succeed.  Developing natural leadership and understanding how to function as an effective team are critical components whether your herd is a family, an organization, or a corporation.  Equine Facilitated Experiential Learning for Teams and Leaders is a unique and powerful means of getting the most from yourself and your group.



Therapeutic Services


“There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.”  -Winston Churchill

It is not clear when people first recognized the therapeutic value of horsemanship, but it is known that therapeutic riding was used to rehabilitate soldiers injured in World War I.  Whether or not those early pioneers recognized the powerful effects on mental and emotional well-being is not known, but today horses are being employed in a wide variety of therapeutic and educational applications.  At Saving Grace Farm we collaborate with occupational and physical therapists, mental health professionals, and educators to offer the cutting edge of Equine Facilitated Therapeutic Services to our community.


Our Forms & Applications


Click photo to download and print forms to participate in any of our programs or for volunteering!  If you are looking for rider applications, you can find them here!




“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”  -Gandhi

At Saving Grace Farm we believe that to give is to receive.  Whether you prefer to help with fundraisers and special events, therapeutic riding lessons, general farm maintenance, or office assistance, we appreciate your help!  Volunteers that want to side-walk or lead horses in riding sessions are trained by our equine specialist and have plenty of opportunity for hands-on learning through regular volunteer training opportunities.  If you love horses and want to join the herd, please send an email to