New Day Equine Achievement Program moves its home, to the prestigious Steve Cauthen’s thoroughbred training facility, Dream fields. #NewDayNKY

 New Day NKY is excited to announce we have our forever home!  With nearly 125 acres, multiple training barns and paddocks, and breathtaking views; we will have the ability to grow our program to the level we have dreamed.

New Day NKY has been providing equine facilitated psychotherapy for the entire community; such as, at-risk-youth intervention, grief counseling, anxiety and more for several years. Striving to improve and expand the programs we offer to the community we recognized the need for a larger facility and moved our home.  Boone County’s own, world-famous jockey Steve Cauthen says, “My wife Amy and I are thrilled to see Dream Fields continuing to be used for horses with such a special mission.  We are excited to watch New Day NKY grow and the community benefit from these important programs.”

At Dream Fields, New Day NKY will continue to provide meaningful leadership retreats, breast cancer weekends, grief camps, special needs school programs and more!  We promote physical, mental and social health to individuals of all ages and abilities through accredited equine assisted activities and therapies. We create a therapeutic environment that individuals actually want to be in and where people are eager to volunteer. We have developed synergistic relationships with referring agencies, practitioners and the community-at-large. And, we currently work with St. Elizabeth Hospital, North Key, Boone County School Systems, private practitioners such as Dr. Jean Deters, clinical psychologist and the Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky, just to name a few.

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