Protect horses while celebrating equines and veterans at Hanaeleh's event to promote its Equine Assisted Coaching program for military veterans.

Hanaeleh Hoe Down helps heal horses, humans

Hanaeleh will be holding its spring fundraiser, the Hanaeleh Hoe Down, on Saturday, May 18, 2019 from 5:30pm- 9:30pm at the Mara Brandman Event Center in Orange Park Acres, located at 6422 E. Santiago Canyon Rd., Orange, CA 92869. Dinner and refreshments will be served. The event will feature a live and silent auction, and guests will be able to play games and take pictures with horses rescued by Hanaeleh. Live music will be provided by the Michelle Mangione Trio.

The event is promoted as “Helping to Heal Horses and Humans” as proceeds from the event will go towards not only helping to rescue abused and abandoned horses, but will also support Hanaeleh’s Equine Assisted Coaching program.

For more information about purchasing tickets or sponsoring the event on May 18th, people may visit Hanaeleh’s web page: or contact Kelley White-Chaplin at [email protected] or by phone: 949-874-1236.


Hanaeleh is an all-breed, non-profit horse rescue in Trabuco Canyon (south Orange County) that has worked to rescue and rehabilitate horses since 2004. Hanaeleh is an 100% volunteer-run organization, and has been verified by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries. Hanaeleh works to promote horse advocacy and help to educate the public about horse-related issues.

Hanaeleh’s Equine Assisted Coaching program helps individuals work to improve leadership skills and self-esteem. Equine Assisted Coaching allows individuals to build healthy, authentic relationships at home, work and school through meaningful engagement with horses. Hanaeleh has offered this program to military veterans free-of-charge for the past two years.

This article was released by Hanaeleh.