H&H HoedownCelebrates its Sweet Sixteen!

Are you ready for a  evening of great food and music?  Hearts & Hooves has just the thing for you:  The 16th Annual Hoedown on October 29 brings you the toe-tapping music of Canvas, great food from Events! Catering, and a wide array of unique and exciting Live and Silent Auction items to bid on.

When the doors open at 5:00, our guests will be greeted by MC Craig O'Neill and Auctioneer Lance Walker and the fun doesn't stop there - get ready for a Heads Or Tails Raffle, meet some of the Exceptional Equestrians that ride at Hearts & Hooves, and don't forget to fill our plate with amazing cherry and peach cobbler and ice cream after you fill up on a hearty, down home meal of brisket and pulled chicken in burbon glaze.  The Sweet Sixteen Specialty Cocktail is sure to leave a lasting impression too!

Sponsors for the event are welcome - and tables of eight are still available.  Your support provides approximately one third of our overall operating budget and supports a variety of programing for children, adults and US Military Veterans with special needs from our community.  So, are you ready?  Head on over to the News and Events page and click on Hoedown - we are looking forward to seeing you there!

Silent Auction Item of the week:  

Wings of Texaco Model Plane - we have several models to choose from!  If you are an aviation enthusiast, you won't want to miss out on bidding for one - or more! - of these great vintage planes!!

Wings of Texaco Model Plane


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.


Rider Testimonials

Hearts & Hooves has improved Kaylas strength in her arms and legs and has given her greater confidence.  It is a great way for her to have fun while she is doing her therapy!  ~Cindy, mother

Volunteer Testimonials

I love the horses, the kids, the therapists and the instructors. ~Elaine , age 61


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