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Summer’s Story sent to us by Mallory Ahern (edited) My name is Mallory Ahern and I’m the owner of East View’s Summer aka Summer. I have owned Summer for 5 amazing years. Summer is a registered Clydesdale Mare, born on June 20th 2001 at a Clydesdale breeding farm in Huntington Indiana. Her Sire was M18059 […]
IMMERSION is a collaboration between Lawrence + Memorial Hospital and High Hopes and made possible by a grant from the Baker Foundation, funding the program through “Autism Speaks”. Each program enables 12 children between the ages of 4 and 6 to spend four days immersed in equine assisted activities and therapies; on and off the […]
The New Board of Trustees – 2017 – 20187 John Catlett Chair John spent more than 26 years with the consulting firm Accenture before retiring as a senior partner. He holds degrees from Drew University and Lehigh University. John lives in Lyme with his wife, Athana, and three daughters, Sarah, Sabrina and Anna. Jeffrey […]
Three of the Best! Kurt Ziemann (center) an early participant at High Hopes, talks fondly of his time learning to ride, with Holly Ridgway (left) and Jonnie Edwards (right) An overcast afternoon, heavy with the threat of thunder, could not stop nearly one hundred people from visiting the Legacy Garden at High Hopes last Friday. The […]
As the moon sets on this year’s benefit, it is time to reflect on a perfect summer’s evening, when nearly 600 of our friends and supporters joined High Hopes for our inimitable gala. Over the years, this premier fundraising gala just gets better and better. We are delighted to announce that as of June 15th, […]
EQuine Living Magazine has a worldwide audience who appreciate the best that the world of Equestrian Living can offer. We are honored to have been nominated and recognized as one of the top 10 Therapeutic Riding Programs in the U.S. and one of the top 3 in the North East. Now we need your help […]