The community interest company has to find 60 acres of land before August 26 to support its work helping horses and young people.
The pictures below illustrate the important work the company does to rehabilitate rescue horses and use equine therapy to help young people in a variety of ways.
The kind of horses that come forward to see young people depends on the individual, said founder Dan Corbin.
Making a connection with a big animal can help boost confidence and self-awareness, says founder and director Dan Corbin.
The horses at Equine Gentling Community Herd are always able to choose what they want to do and what they don’t want to do.
Sessions can include sitting with horses, grooming them or hugging them.