Blue River Horse Center invites Summit County community to ‘Meet the Horses’ at May 11 open house
Summit Daily News Artilce
The main attractions will soon arrive at The Blue River Horse Center, a historic 300-acre ranch in the Lower Blue River Valley, as the group saddles up for another year of nonprofit work.
About 20 miles north of Silverthorne, the Blue River Horse Center houses rescued horses over the warmer months while the animals are put into play with a variety of programming offered to children and adults alike.
It’s a win-win scenario, said John Longhill, the center’s executive director and founder, who sees benefits not just for the people whose lives are improved through their relationships with horses, but for the horses, as well.