Susan Wellman is the founder and CEO of the program. Susan is a special ed teacher who has found a way to carry that passion through her program. Through Susan, ASAP offers therapeutic riding for disabled children and disabled veterans or PTSD.
Rachel is one of Susan’s daughters and has been riding since she was 2 years old. At a young age, Rachel was barrel racing, demonstrating at state fairs across the country, and showing. She now does all of ASAP’s marketing and outreaching needs.
Volunteer & Ambassador
Cherie is also one of Sue’s two daughters. She recently came back into the world of horses and has been a huge help to ASAP’s mission ever since. She has adopted two horses from the program already and sponsors another.
Volunteer and Therapy Riding Advocate
Sophia Johnson shares her love of horses with her momma. She connects naturally with them. Sophia has been a great advocate for therapy riding for children in or previously in the foster care system.
Ashley has been volunteering at ASAP for years. She helps take care of day-to-day needs of horses on the farm and on the road. Her consistent love for this program is contagious.
Main Farm Hand & Volunteer
Curt is a life-long friend of Sue’s and has been ASAP’s saving Grace more times than one in sticky situations. Curt takes care of all chores, rescues, maintenance and many more things. We are forever thankful for this kind of heart.
Ella Swiggum and her mother have been visiting ASAP for years loving on multiple horses who need some extra TLC. Ella also started showing competitively with ASAP horses.
Cindy has adopted horses from us and even a pony! She has a kind heart that loves to care for our extra TLC horses. Cindy has also helped board horses at her home when needed.
Board Members & Volunteers
Ray and Alice Hubert are devoted members of ASAP. They have selflessly helped the organization for years and adopted multiple horses from the program. They continue to demonstrate alongside ASAP at events and competitively race their horses under harness on trails.