All Current Volunteers and Anyone Interested in Becoming a Volunteer should plan to attend the following training sessions.
Current Volunteers are Required to attend 3 out of the 4 scheduled training sessions per year. We are always interested in hearing about topics you would like to have discussed at the training sessions. Please let Susie, Cindy, Lynn or Aggie know your thoughts.
February 24th, 2021 – How to React to Horse Emergency Situations & The Value & Importance of Proper Leading
April 22nd, 2021 – Review Barn Emergency Evacuation Plans & Review/Certify Volunteers for Proper Mounting & Dismounting Procedures
June 30th, 2021 – Equicizer Procedures – Horse Enrichment Tecniques – Mounting/Dismounting with the Lift
Sept 2nd, 2021 – Fun With Horses
Thanks to our wonderful Sponsors for making this event a great success.
– American Legion Post 49 Pequot Lakes
– Ameriprise Financial, Scott Stroot CRPC
– Boards By Bill
– Crow Wing Recycling
– Grattan Healthcare
– Grattan Private Duty Nursing
– Harding Sportsmen’s Club
– Spirit Horse Center
– Brainerd Lakes Surgery Center
– Close Converse
– Colleen & Irwin Langren
– Garrison VFW Post 1816
– Gunderson Family
– Julie Selton
– Knights of Columbus, St Isadore Council 3982
– Kris Olson
– Pequot Lakes Dairy Queen
– Remco Industries
– Thrivent Financial
– Black Pine Beach Resort
– Brainerd EyeCare Center
– CTC Consolidated Telecommunciations
– First National Bank Pequot Lakes
– Great River Farrier & Forgery
– Loidolt Lumber
– Milestone Veterinary Care
– Nisswa Tax Service
– Pequot Auto Repair
– Salon Couture
– Sandy Strom-Gieseke, Avon Rep
– Tasty Pizza North
Without Your Support we couldn’t have done it!
Mounted Eagles Therapeutic Horsemanship presents
“An Evening for ME”
Celebrating our ME participants, families, volunteers and supporters!
October 23, 2020
5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Tickets $35 in advance, $40 at the door, $250 table of 8
The Woods – Gather on 3 Event Center
19624 Co Rd 3, Brainerd
YOU are invited to join us for a fun filled evening featuring:
Dinner – Silent Auction – Dancing – Raffle – Door Prizes – Red Carpet Walk
Music by Stage One with DJ Tami Lu Smith
WE ARE BACK! The re-opening has been a phased process, which began on June 10. We are taking necessary precautions to ensure the safety of our riders, families, caregivers, instructors and volunteers; sanitizing frequently, maintaining social distancing between riders, caregivers and families, as well as volunteers and staff wearing face coverings who are working with our riders. If you aren’t back with us yet, you soon will be. Susie will be in touch when we have enough volunteers to safely integrate you all back into the riding schedule.
Our Covid-19 protocols have been written to cover all phases of our operation. We have protocols for horses, tack and saddles. Including how to sanitize their equipment between riders. Also, we are sanitizing our Euqicizers between each rider and at the end of each day. We also have protocols for building sanitization and limiting the number of people in the building at one time. Allowing full social distancing for riders, volunteers and caregivers/families. Volunteers and participants are wearing face masks and sanitizing their hands frequently.
It’s been a challenge for us as it has been for everyone who integrates with the public in any manner since this virus hit the U.S. We will get thru this and Mounted Eagles is dedicated to providing a safe environment for all of our program participants, their caregivers, our volunteers and our horses.
God bless you all and we’re happy to have you “back in the saddle”.