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Follow along with our move to our permanent home and our journey as a newly registered 501c3 nonprofit


October 3, 2021

Things don't always work out as planned and in this situation, that's completely fine! We were blessed enough to find the perfect fit for us when our current location didn't work out. Our new home features almost 15 acres of rolling pastures, an 8 stall barn, large tack room, 140x80 arena with lights and so much more. 

We have put so much work into the new farm and we are so excited to share it with you all. Stay tuned for our Halloween open house and more updates on the farm! 



February 11, 2021

With the recent approval of our 501c3 status, we will soon be operating as HHH Equine Inc, DBA Hand, Hoof, and Heart. Becoming a nonprofit has been one of the main long term goals when HHH LLC was first started in 2013. Our mission is to empower people of all abilities to explore opportunities for growth through therapeutic, educational, and recreational activities that deepen a connection with the community, animals, and nature. 

There will be changes made to the services we offer in order for them to align with our mission. Our therapeutic riding program will remain the same, but we will also start to introduce different types of programs that focus on the connection between working with animals and self-growth. This change also means that we will be steering away from traditional riding lessons that mainly focus on progressing in the sport. 



November 11th, 2020

It has been almost one month since we moved into our forever home. The time is flying by. While construction is slow, activity on the farm is not. Each day has been filled with hard work, long rides, art projects and finally..lessons! We have officially started welcoming back our current students and are starting to find our rhythm. We weren't sure how business as usual would look like while operating out of our temporary set up, but we are all extremely happy with how our day to day activities are going. The horses continue to make us proud with their behavior and confidence. The students have been so excited to get back in the saddle and explore the new location. 

Please note that while we are not able to accept new mounted riders until our new facility is completed, we have decided to offer unmounted lessons to new students. Please call or email Erin with any questions - 404 983 5355 or



October 21st, 2020

With the help of our incredible friends, family, staff, students, and volunteers, our ponies safely moved to our new home on Saturday, October 17th. Everyone is settling in with ease and you can feel the happiness radiating off of the horses. Our staff has started taking the horses out for the first rides around the property and we couldn't be more proud of their behavior. The property is absolutely beautiful and having the horses there makes this place shine so bright. We will be continuing to acclimate our ponies to their new location and will be finish our trails this weekend. On Sunday, we will be welcoming our current students, lesson parents and volunteers to join us at the farm for a small event. Stay tuned for more updates!



October 5th, 2020

We started cutting our trails for our students to enjoy during our transition period while we wait for our arena to be completed. The trails will feature flat, groomed, 6ft wide pathways for all levels of riders to be able to practice their skills on. If you are interested in helping us with the final details of your trails, please get in touch with Erin to discuss our needs. In the future, these trails will be turned into a sensory path for our therapeutic riders.



September 29th, 2020

It has been a long time dream to be able to build a forever home for the Hand, Hoof and Heart program. That dream is finally coming true as we begin to create our brand new facility on a beautiful 11 acre property in Acworth, GA which will feature an 8 stall barn, riding arena, sensory trail, and so much more. Our official move date is October 17th, 2020. All current students will experience a two week pause in program activities in order to allow our program horses to get comfortable in their new home. Once our facility is completed, we will begin accepting new students in our program. Check back here for updates and pictures to see how our new home is created.

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