For nearly a decade Garret Leonard acted as the project supervisor and equine director of the Harmony Equine Center. Located in Franktown, Colo., the 168-acre center provides relief from suffering, rehabilitation and chances for new lives to abused and neglected horses that have been removed from their owners by law enforcement agencies.
Under Garret's leadership he provided project supervision of all construction, renovations, roads and site improvements. Projects include a design build of a state of the art intake facility with the ability to handle all types of equines.
Through the implementation of robust policies, procedures, and groundbreaking equine training programs, the concept blossomed into a premiere model for the nations horse rescues for adopting equines. The program was nationally recognized as one of America's most successful training and adoption programs.
Garret's unwavering dedication has forged invaluable partnerships with industry leaders and equine rescue groups nationwide, enabling us to shape policies, share best practices, and train new generations of compassionate caretakers. Together, we are revolutionizing the outlook on equines, one life at a time.
"Together, we can achieve the extraordinary and forever change the lives of these majestic creatures. Step into a world where suffering is replaced by salvation, and witness the remarkable transformation of equines in your program."