DALLAS, Dec. 03, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via OTC PR WIRE–On Friday Evening, Laura Hightower and Bill & Lezlie Noble will host Horses for Healing Holiday Soiree for Equest (http://www.equest.org) , the charity dedicated to equine therapy to enhance quality of life for children and adults with diverse needs.
Equest’s Horses for Healing Holiday Bash hosts welcomes all interested in horses, hope and human growth.
The fun filled fund-raiser is on this FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7 FROM 6:30 PM TO 10:00 PM and held at Laura Hightower’s beautiful Summer Hill Farms estate located at Summer Hill Farms, 1757 Bridle Bit Road, Flower Mound, TX 75022.
The festivities will begin at 6:30 PM and will continue until 10:00 PM. Guests will meet Equest’s therapy horses, clients whom have benefitted from equestrian therapy and other donors whom have made miracles possible since 1981. Enjoy holiday beverages, incredible wines from Craig Hall Vineyards, delicious bites from Lombardi Family Concepts, yummy BBQ from Rudy’s Real Texas Bar-B-Que and delightful entertainment from DJ Geo at Heavy G Productions.
RSVP- Please RSVP to Christine Volkmer: 214-794-5498.
Dress- Dress is casual as we are moving about the farm and meeting wonderful horses and people and training grounds.
Travel- Valet parking is available on-site. Uber and other ride-sharing services are recommended. *Luxury shuttle from Highland Park available with RSVP to Christine Volkmer: 214-794-5498.
Founded in 1981, Equest Therapeutic Horsemanship was the first therapeutic riding center in Texas. Equest provides equine facilitated activities, therapies, and counseling to children and adults with physical, cognitive, sensory, coping, social, and learning disabilities and veterans with adjustment challenges. The services provided include physical and occupational therapy, equine facilitated counseling, therapeutic carriage driving, therapeutic horsemanship, and competition. Equest was the first PATH International Premier Accredited Center in Texas, and remains one of the largest in the country.
Laura Hightower of Summer Hill Farms in Flower Mound, has opened her estate to the event. A renowned horse trainer, Ms. Hightower is known for working with horses throughout their careers from beginning levels to their competitive peak. In addition, she has a decorated resume of developing and coaching horses and riders that have earned national accreditation to compete on the international stage. Ms. Hightower is also known for enjoying work with horses with behavioral problems and her success with retraining horses of traumatic events.
Bill & Lezlie Noble of William Noble Rare Jewels in Highland Park Village, support causes that improve people’s lives and health, such as Crystal Charity Ball, the Salvation Army and many more organizations who care about our community. But the cause closest to our hearts is Equest. Bill and Lezlie Noble have been supporters of Equest for many years. Lezlie volunteers at Equest on a weekly basis and Bill is the Founding President of Equest Men’s Auxiliary, a group of gentlemen who have made a commitment to raise awareness and funds for Equest.
Jordan Gilchrist, daughter and partner of Laura Hightower and top trainer at Summer Hill Farms.
Dr. David Gilchrist MVB, DVM of Lone Star Park Equine Hospital, Son-in-law to Laura Hightower.
Thank you to our wonderful hosts and extraordinary contributors Rachel Chahal and Calloway’s Nursery in Flower Mound for sharing this Horses for Healing Holiday Bash with the Dallas area society. You make dreams come true!
Can’t come but want to support Equest? Support our wonderful healing work by donating at www.equest.org/donate. Thank you for making the world a better place during the holiday season! Happy Holidays from Laura Hightower at Summer Hill Farms, Bill Noble at William Noble Rare Jewels, Lezlie Noble, and all of us at Equest!
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