America's First Horse Brings Experience to Equine Therapy
Blue Oaks Center will provide a State of the Art Equine Center to be used by the community for Equine Education and Therapy. The Center will consist of a covered riding arena with handicapped access, community activities, arts and education classroom and an interpretive museum displaying the history of the Baca Chica Colonial Spanish Horse. The Blue Oaks Center will support many community organizations including YMCA camps, scouts’ equine experiences, children, veterans and families’ equine therapy, training workshops, senior citizens horse activities, and school field trips.
Create an Event Center that will provide educational opportunities to the community to learn about Equestrian partnerships through therapeutic relationships and arts through collaboration with local schools, universities, military and senior/youth groups.
Provide public education and awareness, preservation and sanctuary for the Baca Chica strain of Colonial Spanish Horse ensuring its genetic diversity for future generations.
Convey awareness and understanding of the Nishenam, the original peoples of these lands, by providing historically accurate accounts oftheir cultural practices and ecological traditions that have sustained these lands for millennia, while preserving the ancient artifacts and original living site located on this unique64 acre property.
You Can Help!
If you would like to learn how YOU can participate in the Baca Chica Colonial Spanish Horse Preservation Program, please contact us.
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100% of your donation goes to Baca's research, development and preservation. All of Blue Oaks Center's organizational/ administrative work is done purely by volunteers. We do not use any donation money for administrative costs or salaries.