Events, Educational Opportunities, and Training

Saturday and Sunday 

June 1 -2, 2019

Science of Motion/Jean Luc Cornille

Lectures with clinic both days!

Friday and Saturday

June 21 - 22, 2019

Overnight Camping, Cookout, Educational Workshops and Guest Lecturers


Contact us if you would like more information about other events, training, workshops, private tutoring on caring for your special needs equine, or to schedule a time to visit us at Spirit Keeper. We welcome you to meet the horses. Click here to email us or use the information below. Click here if you are interested in donating directly to the horses, to facility improvements, or to our educational programs.

Thank You,

Lori Torrini, Director

Spirit Keeper Equine Sanctuary 501(c)(3)

30315 Handle Rd, Yoder, Colorado 80864

(719) 339-0312


Supplemental Newsletter: Horses Update

Volunteer and Educational Opportunities

We welcome the Pikes Peak Community College Science of Zoo Keeping Technology students to Spirit Keeper Equine Sanctuary. They spend several days each semester working and learning about husbandry and behavior of equids to prepare them for careers at zoos and sanctuaries. These facilities often house a number of equids such as Zebra, Wild Asses, Mongolian Wild Horses, and domestic ponies and horses. Learning to care for horses is helpful in the general care of most ungulates (hoof-stock) both domestic and wild. The odd-toed ungulates (Perissodactyls) include horses, tapirs, and rhinos. Even-toed ungulates (Artiodactyls) include mammals such as cattle, pigs, giraffes, camels, deer, and hippopotamuses. 

  • At Spirit Keeper students and select volunteers work with horses, cats, dogs, snakes, and pigs!
  • We are now accepting students from Pikes Peak Community College for internship programs. 


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