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Project Stable is an equestrian and farm program that works with special-needs children and provides agricultural education to the general public.
*Provide a program for special-needs children through the use of horses and farm animals to help them overcome their disabilities.
*Provide agricultural education to school age children to allow them to understand the importance of agriculture and its role in our daily lives.
*Provide volunteer opportunities for College and high school students to learn the importance of volunteering and the difference they can make in the life of a special-needs child.
Thank You To everyone who joined us at the event this year!
Located on 84 acres on Shotgun Road in western Davie, the Governor Leroy Collins Farm Park will be unlike any other park in South Florida.
The Davie Farm Park will provide an unparalleled opportunity for youth and community programs, learning about agriculture, nutrition, and the environment, Davie’s history, and will become the area’s most important agri-touism destination.
Project Stable offers therapeutic riding to children and young adults who have both physical and developmental special needs.
The difference this program can make in a child’s life is substantial. It is not uncommon for non-verbal autistic children to say their first word while mounted on a horse. Project Stable volunteers and certified instructors are dedicated to helping individuals to achieve their personal goals and enhance their quality of life.
Friday, May 14, 2010, Jack was born. What a surprise! Jacks body looked normal, but his nose was not right. Jack was born with a condition called Wry Mouth.
At first our research and the vet’s opinion was to put Jack down since he would not be able to feed himself and he looked disfigured. Further research led us to the University of Florida and an answer to Jacks dilemma. After speaking with the vet there and sending pictures, we found an expert in this field who has performed many successful operations of this type. Over the part five years Jack has become an inspiration to our handicap students. The parents of these children have told us how seeing Jack go from a disabled horse to now being whole inspires their children.