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Mission Statement

The purpose of Miller’s Equestrian Center and Sanctuary is to benefit children in the community through the rescue of horses. Our Rescued horses will be given a purpose through offering horse related programs to non-profits, organizations, schools and individuals. These programs will make it possible for anyone to benefit from the healing effects of horses.


Miller’s Equestrian Center & Sanctuary (Miller's) is a 501c 3 non-profit organization that provides programs for children that teach important life lessons through interaction, training, riding and caring for horses.

We are both an Equestrian Center and an Equine Rescue Ranch. By combining the two we are able to continue to reach out to children through our rescued horses. We offer many programs in both aspects that often depend on each other to succeed.

Our Equestrian Centers programs:
Provide its students a "healthy growth" foundation and opportunities to "learn by doing." With their horse, children experience unconditional love, learn communication, listening skills, coordination and problem solving, achieve goals, create a positive work ethic, learn responsibility and patience, enjoy the outdoors, develop social skills, build self-confidence and self-esteem, work as a team and get plenty of fun, physical exercise.

Our Equine Sanctuary programs:
Allows us to have a no-kill sanctuary for rescued and unwanted horses, providing rehabilitation and a new purpose for the animals through Miller's programs. Sanctuary horses can be sold, adopted, fostered, used as a companion or sponsored. Each horse is put on a management program and is tracked for its lifetime. Our goal is to keep each horse physically and mentally sharp so they live with purpose and a long, happy life.



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