We are happy to announce the addition of Kelsey Mammen, QMHA and her wonderful horse Ransom to our program.
Kelsey graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and English-Writing. She is currently pursuing her certification as a PATH- Certified Therapeutic Equine Instructor (CTEI). Kelsey has ridden horses her entire life. She is thrilled to combine her lifelong love of horses with her degree in Psychology in her work at NEAT. Kelsey also raises puppies for the Guide Dogs for the Blind program (she has raised over 11 puppies!) . In her spare time she enjoys reading, writing fiction, hiking, spending time with friends and family.
Ransom is a 13-year-old, 15.3hh Thoroughbred gelding. Ransom started out as a race horse and has been trained in ‘Eventing’. His big heart makes him the ideal therapy horse. He has completed his 90-day trial and is a full-fledged member of the team!
Both Kelsey and Ransom are wonderful additions to our team!