Mountain Valley Horse Rescue offers a variety of programs ranging from preschool partnerships to veterans health and wellness rehabilitation and even employee engagement/team building - please contact Amy Ben-Horin for more information.  


Our Next Adult Clinic Coming May 2018!

We are excited to offer adult clinics to help develop additional horsemanship skills and a deeper understanding of horse care!

Our next clinic will be in May and we will be focusing on the development of skills, around the ASPCA's Help a Horse Day goal of horse adoption. Stay tuned for more information soon!

Registration will be required.

Questions? Contact


Summer Camp

Summer 2018 Mountain Valley Horse Rescue Horse Heroes Summer Camp! 

Our Horse Heroes Summer Camp, allows campers to build connections with their “own” rescue horse as well as a riding horse. This 4-day program includes the development of horsemanship skills along with either a riding lesson or a trail ride (lessons on Tues. & Thurs.; trail rides on Wed. and Fridays).

Through their time with the horses, kids will also develop a sense of R.E.S.P.E.C.T (Responsibility, Empowerment, Stewardship, Perseverance, Empathy, Cooperation and Trust). These values will be reinforced with daily activities.

Limit of 12 campers each day and all campers must be 8 years or older.

Program days Tuesday- Friday and are from 9am-4 pm (due to the community interest in Eagle County, MVHR will offer a pick up and drop off in Wolcott at 8:30am and 4:30pm)
Cost Per Session: $400

Registration and payment is required to reserve your spot.


Session 1: 6/19/18- 6/22/18

Session 2: 7/17/18-7/20/18

Session 3: 7/31/18-8/3/18

Session 4: 8/7/18-8/10/18

Session 5: 8/21/18-8/24/18

Registration is open! Click the Register Now button to reserve your spot!!


Mini Horse Heroes

Back by popular demand!

The Mini Horse Hero Program is a preschool program for kids 3-5 years old and their parents/care givers. Kids will spend time with the horses while exploring developmentally appropriate concepts related to preschool learning targets. Each day will be filled with movement, songs, crafts and of course quality time with our rescue horses

Our spring session starts on March 6 and will meet every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month through May. Daily activities will run from 9am-12 pm. Cost: $240 

Payment and Registration are required to reserve your space. We do have a minimum requirement of at least 5 kids and a max of 10.

We are currently full but have started a waitlist. If you are interested in registering, please do so and we will follow up with you if space becomes available. 


High School Rescue Club

Mountain Valley Horse Rescue (MVHR) is excited to provide high school students with the opportunity to get more involved in our rescue efforts. This includes gaining a deeper understanding of horse knowledge (general, horsemanship and riding) while building the leadership skills necessary to help advocate for the over 6,000 unwanted, abandoned and/or abused horses in Colorado!

This club is free to youth that can make a year-long commitment to MVHR. This club is kicked off with a week long leadership retreat at the ranch June 5-8th. Students are then required to assist with one summer camp session, monthly service days and the development of a fundraising/outreach campaign.  

An application for Rescue Club can be obtained by sending us an inquiry form using the"Learn More" button below

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School Programs

Mountain Valley Horse Rescue offers whole classes the opportunity to come out to the ranch!
Groups work on communication, teamwork and leadership as they interact with our rescue horses in a variety of settings including learning how to lead horses in the round pen. Class visits include four rotations throughout the day- round pen work; service; scavenger hunt/team building initiative; and craft.

  • Vail Valley Homeschool Programs
    We are excited to offer the Homeschool community the opportunity to come together at the rescue monthly. While kids 6- high school develop horsemanship skills they are also gaining a sense of responsibility and empathy for our rescue horses as wells practicing problem-solving and leadership skills.

  • Service Groups
    If a full day program does not fit within your class schedule, contact us for a variety of service opportunities for groups at the rescue. Students will still have the opportunity to get to know our horses and will develop relationships with the horse of their choice as they complete service projects around the ranch.