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Hearts & Hooves provides equine assisted activities to persons with disabilities and is located in Sherwood AR, just outside of the Little Rock/North Little Rock city limits. Hearts & Hooves enriches the lives of people with disabilities through partnership with the horse.


2 Fall Events You Don't Want to Miss!

If you haven't marked your calendars yet, please do for two fabulous fall events that support Hearts & Hooves--The 15th Annual Hoedown, and the 2nd Annual Little Rock Polo Classic!  Tickets and sponsorships are available for both events!  Questions?  Check out the links below, or call Liz at the Hearts & Hooves office!


The 15th Annual Hoedown - Nov 7, 2015

More info, and online ticket sales here:   You can also call email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or call Liz at 501-834-8509 to be invoiced for sponsorship, table or ticket pledges.  For anyone who hasn't attended this event before, it's a fun and casual event that inlcudes live music, dinner, dancing and live and silent auctions, hosted by the host with the most, Craig O'Neill.  The horses will be dolled up, but you can come in your boots and blue jeans!



The Little Rock Polo Classic - Oct 17, 2015

This is the second year for this event, which revolves around a new sport for Little Rock--a polo match at beautiful Windrush Polo Farm.  Enjoy a picnic fieldside in General Admissions, or all the perks of the VIP tent.  Keep in mind, VIP tickets sold out quickly last year!  There are also a limited number of tailgate spots--admission is for entire vehicle... a fun way to enjoy the sport of polo!  For more information, sponsorship opportunities and ticket sales, click here:


Hoedown 2015



H&H Celebrates Penny Race Champions

Marci Simpson earned the spot as Champion jockey for the 2015 Penny Race.  Here she is (above) receving a kiss from her faithful equien friend.  In addition to the trophy, Marci received a prize package of items donated for the champion by the Little Rock Zoo and Verizon Arena.  When asked for comment, Marci said: "I like Hearts & Hooves because it is a cool place to come out and see the horses and ride them.  I like Peanut because he listens to me when I ride him and I have fun trotting around with him.  Sometimes I laugh when he trots and I chose Peanut for the Penny Race because he's my favorite horse.  Peanut makes me happy, and makes me smile when I see him every Friday morning."


Rider Adrienne, last year's champion, came in right behind Marci this year to Place.  Here she is, above, posing with her trusted equine friend, Chaucer.  Adrienne's second place prize was donated by ESSE Purse Museum and Store in Little Rock.  Thank you for all the work you did to raise scholarship money for other riders, Adrienne!


Sam and Peanut came in to Show this year!  You might notice that Peanut was also pictured with our first place jockey; as you can imagine with TWO such strong jockeys raising money for him this year, Peanut was our horse champion by far, winning the Penny Race many lengths  of the rest of the herd.  But don't worry, Therapy Horse Herd, each one of you is special to so many riders!  Sam's prize package was a Hearts & Hooves tote bag stuffed with donations from the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame.  Great job, Sam!!


Hearts & Hooves wants to give a huge and heartfelt thanks to these and ALL of the hard-working equestrians who raised money not only for their favorite horses, but towards scholarships for fellow riders in need of financial assistance.  Our riders put the HEART in Hearts & Hooves.  We're so proud of their many accomplishments here at the barn, and beyond!

Rider Testimonials

"I love my volunteers that I have now and ones from the past.  Without them, none of these things would be possible." - Chris, rider

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Volunteer Testimonials

"Mason has a handicapped younger brother and feels right at home working alongside children with special needs.  He finds it rewarding to build relationships with the kids while helping them learn new skills.  He is an encouraging, yet protective leader.  His biggest challenge has been learning how to communicate in different ways.  He previously took riding lessons and also enjoys grooming and handling the horses.  Hearts & Hooves is a perfect fit for Mason and he loves spending time volunteering!"  --Susan (mother of a teenage volunteer)

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