Horses4Heroes Inc., the city of Las Vegas, Cox Charities and the Associated General Contractors of America’s Las Vegas Chapter are presenting Horses4Heroes Days at Tule Springs, a month-long celebration honoring local heroes and the horses that serve them every day.
The events, including free horseback rides for all ages, from small children to adults, will be held from March 3 to 31 at Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs.
During the month of March, Horses4Heroes
will be relocating all of its operations to Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs. Activities are planned every weekend in March with weekday activities Tuesday through Friday. Daily activities include the popular HorsePlay, a "mommy and me" class for toddlers and preschoolers (ages 18 months to 6 years), beginning and intermediate lessons, and after-school programs for middle-school and high-school students.
Horses4Heroes, a national nonprofit equestrian organization based in Las Vegas, is one of the most successful equestrian service groups for the military. The organization, through a national network of 265 affiliates in 44 states, provides affordable recreational and instructional programs for all ages and all riding levels.
The AGC of Las Vegas will be providing construction services for the event.
In addition to offering instructional programs, Horse4Heroes partners with local nonprofits, families and individuals to provide free morale-boosting health and wellness programs. With names like, Back in the Saddle, 8.9.10: Ride to Win, Ladies Unbridled, H4H Pony Express and Operation Free Ride, these programs are designed to empower, inspire and entertain foster children, teens, at-risk youth, victims of domestic abuse and violence, veterans and others.