News and Views
It’s not your average board member gig. We have awesome board members that show up on the farm wielding chain saws! Not only do they help carve out a strategic plan for the future of our growing organization but they get out on the property with saws and shovels....
Children, teens and adults who have experienced trauma in their life or struggle with depression, anxiety, PTSD, attachment disorder, or other mental health related condition work with a psychologist to enhance social and emotional wellbeing. Observing horse behaviors...
Therapy on a Horse? It sounds unusual but in fact a variety of impairments can be addressed through movement and positioning on the backside of a horse. This is not a job for just any horse and it’s not a job for just any therapist. Both need special training and the...
Robotics team Captains Harley, from Chicken Bot Pie (Minnetonka HS) and Alex, from Stan (Break HS) combined efforts to construct this sensory garden at Hold Your Horses.
Hold Your Horses supports best practices in the field of equine assisted therapy. We have collaborated on research with the Wilder Foundation and Children’s Hospital of Minnesota. Click here to view the publication of "Hippotherapy in Rehabilitation Care for...
HYH Board Members
Nathan Nelson, Esq.
About Hold Your Horses
Moving Lives forward from trauma and disability with the help of a horse.
Surrounded by nature and in partnership with the horse, HYH provides healing services that help people transcend physical, social and emotional barriers in order to live their best life.
Wellness for people
HYH provides a welcoming and safe space for all who come to the farm for learning and healing. We value client centered and trauma informed services that are compassionate and guided by best practice.
Wellness for horses
HYH cherishes the partnership and insights provided by our equine partners. Diligent attention to their health supports the overall success of our therapy service outcomes.
Mentoring and educating others
HYH values the importance of education and mentoring leaders in the impactful work of equine assisted services.
HYH celebrates and cultivates the opportunity for joyful moments in daily life.
How to find us.
5265 Woodland Trail
Greenfield, MN 55357
Hours: 7am - 7pm
Hold Your Horses is a MN non- profit improving quality of life for children with disabilities through individualized equine assisted therapies.
Hold Your Horses
5265 Woodland Trail, Loretto, MN 55357, USA