This month's Pet Series is all about: Horses. Start time: 2pm Admission: FREE (RSVP below to reserve your space) Talks take place in the tasting room. Total time is approximately one hour;
This month’s Pet Series is all about: Horses.
Start time: 2pm
Admission: FREE (RSVP below to reserve your space)
Talks take place in the tasting room. Total time is approximately one hour; each presentation is 10-15 minutes, concluded by a question and answer session.
A percentage of proceeds from the event’s sales will benefit Goochland Pet Lovers, a non-profit helping animals-in-need in our community.
Get to know…
Touched by a Horse: Liz Liverman
With their touch – their mere presence – the horse is an active partner in the coaching and healing process. EGCM is based on Gestalt (which mean wholeness) principles. The process is experiential in nature and deeply tied to somatics (body response). This holistic approach allows for complete release of energy and emotional blocks or pain. Almost all EGCM clients experience permanent resolutions to the issues worked on during their session and find that the process elicits lasting change in their lives.
Lind Carriage Training: Mary Clark Lind
Training horses to carriage drive with a strong emphasis on ground work and dressage, Mary Clark specializes in combined driving and has experience driving singles, pairs, tandems, four-in-hands, and six-in-hands.
Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation
The Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation is the oldest and largest equine sanctuary of its kind in the world. It was founded with one purpose in mind – to save Thoroughbred horses no longer able to compete on the racetrack. The James River chapter was founded in 2007 as one of the Second Chances programs where horses live at correctional centers. At James River Work Center, offenders care for the horses and become certified in the nationally acclaimed Groom Elite program in the process. The horses here are assured a lifetime of care with the opportunity to be adopted out if suited. Success stories confirm that the program is horses helping people, people helping horses.
Tasting room hours: 1pm-5pm; bring your friends and family and enjoy your day at the cidery.
The “PET MATTERS” Series is held at 2pm on the fourth Sunday of each month, through September.
Sunday, August 27th: Training Talks
Sunday, September 24th: Kittens & Cats…Purrrfect Pets!
Share our Pet Series with your circle of pet lovers!
(Sunday) 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Courthouse Creek Cider | MAIDENS
1581 Maidens Road