Top:  The Harmony ESCT pulser for despooking troubled horses, available for purchase.

Middle:  Barbara Wright and Lokki, a former Harmony HorseWorks sanctuary baby.

Bottom:  Barbara and Vic in the round pen at Future Hope Equestrian Center in Clarkdale, AZ, Vic's current home.

(920) 649-0199

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(443) 517-7085


5065 E Cedar Creek Drive Cornville, Arizona 86325 United States

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our Equine Painting Raffle


Mission Statement:  Harmony HorseWorks and Equine Welfare Fund is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Corp. established in 2002 in the State of Colorado, registered with the Colorado Secretary of State, Division of Corporations.  Our Federal ID with the IRS is FEIN:  200763702.  Our mission in AZ is to provide donation-supported therapy for spooky horses and troubled humans, with Barbara Wright donating her services to those in need.  The Equine Welfare Fund supports former Harmony HorseWorks rescue and sanctuary horses in Colorado and helps place abused, neglected, unwanted horses into new homes throughout the Southwest.  We help owners unable to keep their horses re-home their horses through our extensive Internet contacts.  When funds allow, we donate additional monies to other rescues and sanctuaries in the USA through the Equine Welfare Fund.  We are a volunteer organization with 3 board members and no paid employees.  Donations from the compassionate public keep us going, as well as the fire in our hearts to help horses and humans return to well-being.  We donate all proceeds from the sale of Barbara Wright's equine art to HH&EWF as operating funds.  We thank you for what you can give to our cause.

Call Us 928.649.0199

ESCT therapy for spooky horses and PEAT psycho-spiritual therapy for troubled humans.


For 15 years, we have specialized in healing nervous horses, restoring the horse/human relationship after a riding accident, helping humans overcome their anxiety, and liberating them from the conditioned mind through self-realization.

LEFT:  "Amore" is our summer 2018 raffle print.  Caravaggio's Cupid is the inspiration and Vic tries to steal the carrot from the cherub which, in the original is an arrow.  For a $15 donation to Harmony HorseWorks, you receive one raffle ticket and you may enter as often as you wish.  Checks can be sent to the address above.  The original is 4 x 4 feet and the print is about 1/3/ that size.  No framing is needed as it is canvas wrapped around the edges.  This piece is from "A Horse in Art," a series of 21 paintings Barbara painted in 2009 to 2010 featuring Vic, our spokeshorse.