Release, Readjust and Reconnect™

Horses Healing Heroes™ provides heroes of all kinds a path towards healing. In a safe and beautiful, pastoral setting, our clients are helped to Release, Readjust and Reconnect.™

"The horse, with beauty unsurpassed, strength immeasurable and grace unlike any other, still remains humble enough to carry a man upon his back."       ~Amber Senti

The Cowboys & City Slickers Soiree

Saturday, August 26th at 6:30pm

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For sponsorship opportunities or more information about the event, contact us at 916-690-0853 or

It is with great excitement and enthusiasm that we are introducing a new event this year. The Cowboys & City Slickers Soiree is an evening of wine, whiskey and food tasting from some of our region’s best wineries, restaurants and distilleries, dancing, music, incredible auctions and fun. This one-of-a-kind event will be held on August 26, 2017 at Van Housen Mercedes-Benz in El Dorado Hills.

The Cowboys and City Slickers Soiree is a major fundraising opportunity for us. Funds raised from the event not only insures running our program and offering our services at no cost to our clients, but adding to our fund to build a cover for our arena to allow us to offer our services during all seasons regardless of rain or the intense Sacramento Valley heat waves.

It is because of support from local people and community leaders like you that Horses Healing Heroes is able to remain dedicated to our community. These essential services we offer to our military and law enforcement coping with PTS and Moral Injury, and the victims of abuse we serve, truly help them Release, Readjust & Reconnect to the lives they knew.

Please join us as we celebrate and move forward in our vision of continued impact on the lives of those who serve and protect us.

For sponsorship opportunities please contact us at at (916) 690-0853 to support this event.

Deborah Larson
The Cowboys & City Slickers Soiree Chair, 2017

"A horse is so incredibly healing, they help heal our hearts and souls when we are incapable of doing so ourselves."       ~Gin Wiltsen