St. Augusta stable rescues horses helps humans through their struggles Katherine Zachman has loved horses since her birth. “I’m one of those horse girls, “I was born with the gene.” A few years ago, she decided to share that love with others, but in a most surprising way: by uniting hurting veterans and victims of human trafficking with troubled horses,
ST. AUGUSTA — A non-profit in St. Augusta is looking to expand its footprint and its impact on the community. Angel Reins Stable was started several years ago and just received 501c3 status over the summer. Founder Katherine Zachman says the goal is to provide a safe and peaceful place for people and horses to experience kindness, hope, and healing.
Ever wonder how a horse could help you cope with grief, trauma and emotional pain? Turns out, horses possess an evolutionary advantage that enables them to pick up on our most subtle emotions, while at the same time not being judgmental and even uncovering emotional blind spots. That means they are the ideal tool for teaching people how to deal with everything from
When rescuers found Shocks the donkey, he was lying in a field at a farm in Ireland with a rope tied tightly around his neck. The skin around his neck was covered in lesions and sores from being tethered, and his owner and poured bleach over his wounds thinking this would help him. Little did he know, that moment was the
ST. AUGUSTA — On Valentine’s Day, Angel Reins Stable founder Kathy Zachman wanted to make sure of one thing: that veterans were feeling the love. This is the second year Zachman — owner of the stable that is part horse rescue and part healing space for veterans, survivors of human trafficking and others — held a Valentine’s Day party for veterans living at Eagle’s Healing