“Horses put up mirrors to our souls, allowing us to view and evaluate ourselves in an ever forgiving, non-judgmental way.”
Horses change lives and inspire positive futures. Humble, a project with the mission of exposing underprivileged and marginalized communities to the horse world, fosters respect, confidence, and accountability for urban youth through equine experiential learning. Our vision is to change the face of equine culture and inspire positive futures through horses. Visit our website to learn more about us, our team, our mission, and our program.
Where your donations go:
Every dollar donated goes to students' program costs, program operations, facility fees, board and upkeep of lesson horses, and equipment maintenance. We appreciate any size donation. Here's a breakdown to help guide your much-appreciated support.
Sponsor a kid in the Humble Program: every $1000 raised provides a student 8 weeks of riding & equine experience
Sponsor a Horse: $500 is the approximate boarding, feed, Ferrier, and vet costs per horse per month.
Sponsor a lesson in the Humble Program: $150 covers most of the cost per lesson in the Humble Program
We don't need only monetary support. Learn about all the ways you can help us! www.mulattomeadows.com/humble-get-involved
We have an amazing facility we work within Briones, CA. Our goal is to expand and your donations allow us to expand our reach and gain access to facilities within even closer reach of the communities we seek to serve.
About Bri Noble
Bri Noble is the founder and owner of Mulatto Meadows, an equestrian business dedicated to expanding the accessibility of riding and horsemanship to communities historically excluded from the equestrian world. She is especially passionate about introducing horsemanship and riding to the youth of color and economically disenfranchised populations.
Bri recently garnered international attention when she rode her horse, Dapper Dan, at an Oakland, California Black Lives Matter protest over the death of George Floyd. The image of Bri atop her 17.1 hand horse has become a beacon of hope for people worldwide.
Learn more about Bri here: www.mulattomeadows.com/about-brianna
See Bri on the news here: www.mulattomeadows.com/humble-news
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