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Our 2019 Benefactors

Our Fabulous Volunteers:  Our most valuable asset is our fabulous volunteers.  The outreach that extends from their dedication to HHH keeps the program young, vibrant, alive and growing.  We consistently maintain a 3-year wait list for riders and the quickest way to get them off the list is to increase our volunteer base.   Consider volunteering today!
  • Bill and Sue Jamison
  • Adam Christman Family
  • Wyatt Gehrs
  • Lucas Snyder Family
  • Ginny Uhlmansiek
  • Liz Millis
  • Jim and  Kathy Nausely
  • Ray Davis 
Community Organizations/Businesses
  • Rays Vending Machines - % of vending machine sales
  • Helping Hands and Horses' Country Store
  • Twin City Community Chest Association
  • Twin City Auto
  • Home Depots' Team Depot Project:  Donated and installed cabinets and pavers in upper arena
  • Waldrop Family foundation
  • Jefferson Foundation Capital Grant Round 1 Establish Veteran and Special Equestrian Olympic Program
  • Travelers Insurance Company
  • Walmart Volunteerism Always Pays Program - Mark Snyder
Philanthropic Organizations
  • Traveling "Nomads" - intense ranch work, built and installed display case for furs in Old Towne, lots of other projects completed over multiple work days
  • VFW Post 2593 Arnold Auxiliary - Black Light Bingo proceeds
  • Festus Elks #1721
  • St. Louis area firefighter/EMS Sand Volleyball Tournament proceeds
  • Twin City Optimist Club
  • Karen Ernst and Debby Nace decorated Christmas Float for Festus parade
Churches (Ranch beautification and clean-up)
  • Hillsboro United Methodist
  • White Flag Christian Church Youth group
  • New Hope Methodist
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  • Windsor Elementary – popcorn and pj’s for ponies (adoption of Lincoln) – 7th year
  • Pius X High School – fundraiser - adopts Dakota - year 2
  • Fox Middle School Honor Society (Debi Hickerson)– annual work days and Autism Awareness Walk fund raiser (adoption of Bud Man), - year 4
  • Freer Elementary:  Windsor School District– popcorn and pj’s for ponies (adoption of Lincoln) – 6th year
  • Meramec Heights-adoption of Bailey - year 3
  • Point Elementary Beta Club in the Mehlville District
  • Antonia Elementary C-6
  • Festus Summer School - work day
  • Life Centered Career Education Class (Mrs. Tappel)  - cleanup and prep for spring session
  • Life Centered Career Education Class (Mrs. Tappel) - ​setup for rodeo
  • Fox Special Education Class
    • work day with Cowboy Bill
    • put ranch to bed for summer
  • Pius X High School Senior Work Day - Ranch beautification and clean-up
  • Pius X High School Freshman Work Day - Murals in upper arena, threw hay and repaired fencing
​We are grateful to all of our families who thought of us in their time of grief.  Michael Ruzicka rode with us for 6 years and was a JOY. 
  • Michael Ruzicka Family and his Kennerly School  “Coffee Cartel”
  • Michael Ruzicka Family Boardwalk installation
  • Michael Ruzicka Family demolition and installation of new "Old Towne" Boardwalk
  • Max Chesser’s wonderful cheering "Grandma Colleen"
  • Bussen Quarry/Trautman
  • Home Depot
  • Mike and Brenda Dinges - Water Coolers/Water
Fundraiser/Shopping Referrals
o     Network for Good
o     Amazon Smiles
Scout Projects
o     Jack Vilchis Eagle Project  - designed, built and installed wheel-chair accessible mounting ramp in outdoor arena


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