Daisy Chain believes we are each perfectly imperfect links in the daisy chain of life and together we can heal love and grow.
Daisy Chain provides a loving sanctuary that empowers people to grow in compassion and confidence through connection with horses, the earth and each other.
All of the activities at our camps are centered around our pillars of empowerment with the goal to create a chain of trust, integrity and gratitude, while students learn by having fun with horses and playing in the dirt!
Our Pillars of Empowerment
Connection ~ Compassion ~ Confidence
Daisy Chain adopts retired and handicapped horses and gives them a new job helping people to heal, love and grow.
We provide a loving sanctuary that empowers people to grow in compassion and confidence through connection with horses, the earth and each other. We do this to facilitate healing while educating both children and adults in equine husbandry, regenerative practices, and creativity through art and music.
A sanctuary and sustainable farm where people stay in sustainable cabins made from tiny homes, straw bale homes, small Earthships, or bunk houses made from converted shipping containers. A large Earthship community center and petting zoo that teaches compassion for all animals and the earth. Camps where children come for a week or two and have a horse of their own while also learning an art or craft that they share in a festival at the end of the camp. A community of artists and healers that share in teaching and healing with horses, and growing food in a creative and regenerative environment.
Daisy is the inspiration and namesake for Daisy Chain. She has been handicapped since she was 4 months old with a genetic disorder called Cerebellar Abiotrophy, which makes her clumsy and not rideable, or “useless” as some might say.
Today she is 14 years old and is the most lovable teacher you’ll ever meet. Without Daisy, we wouldn’t have had the opportunity to save more horses like her.