Be A Volunteer!
Spirit Acres Farm is entirely staffed by volunteers who use their time and experience to meet the physical needs of the horses and the farm. There are many ways to share your time and care for the horses as well as the farm. Daily tasks include feeding and grooming horses along with performing other tasks required to keep the farm going, including cleaning, organizing, walking the fence lines, delivering hay bales, etc. Other volunteers work in our office. Many of our volunteers work 2 - 4 hours one day a week. We need help every day of the week, so please call (936-597-5316) or e-mail us and let us know when and how you can help!
If you are unable to help with your time, please consider helping us financially.
This horsewoman waited all her career to have horses and chose adoption option to have her horse family. She has chosen a wide variety of breeds to share life with from a German Import Westphalia gelding, Navajo, an Olympic contender, hunter, a beautiful Limazar bred Arabian Gelding, Star, a Saddlehorse Millicent, a superior producer of champions is Quarter horse mare, Dixie, now 33 years. Recently crossing to the celestial pastures and very deeply missed is Gorgeous Black Tennessee Walking Horse mare, Beauty, Stunning Dark Wynds a Missouri Fox trotter and Jayhawker extremely classy , AQHA Appendix mare so many have been adopted and live the good life at the lovely Oak Tree Farm, Willis, Texas, where Valerie and her husband Bill call home along with a few pups and kitties. All animals who needed that "forever home."
I hope you can make this a good story of Love and the focus of care and adoption..
This is Debbie Boltman, who lives in Africa, on her beloved horse.
A big thanks to Susan for all the time and love she shared at the farm especially during my illness and absence.
Susan Goldsmith her beloved babies Cali and Cody.
A volunteer and friend Susan Goldsmith with her 2 special loves.