▶️ Horses wearing costumes for Healing Reins Horsey Halloween Walk-About


Humans aren’t the only Central Oregonians getting in to the Halloween spirit.

The therapeutic center Healing Reins will host its annual Horsey Halloween Walk-About Friday at their center east of Bend.

The family friendly event runs from 4:00 – 6:30 p.m.

There will be a scavenger hunt, live music and visitors are encouraged to wear costumes to go along with some of the horses who will wear some of their own.

“And this is a perfect, safe way to get the family out and dressed up for Halloween. We are asking for a $10 donation for folks that come out, but it’s not required. We just want to see people come out and enjoy our beautiful facility,” said Healing Reins Development Director Ali Burke.

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Healing Reins suggests bringing some apples and carrots for a goodie bag for the horses. There will also be a raffle to win the right to name a few of the centers new goats.

All proceeds from this event go to funding improvements at their new Tumalo site and a future location near Cline Falls.


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