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Warrior Ranch Foundation in 10-year deal with county for Beagle Club site
County officials have finalized a 10-year agreement with the Warrior Ranch Foundation, which works with veterans suffering from PTSD, to utilize the site of the former Beagle Club in Calverton as its new headquarters.
County Executive Steve Bellone announced the agreement in a press release Tuesday.
The Warrior Ranch Foundation, established in 2016, teaches military veterans and first responders to train horses, establishing a mutually beneficial relationship for all involved, organization cofounder and president Eileen Shanahan said in an interview last summer, when .
RiverheadLOCAL first reported that the organization and the county were working out an agreement for use of the site.
“Horses are magnificent animals that are very healing and therapeutic,” Shanahan said in the interview. “When you’re around a horse, you have to be very aware, because they are large animals. So you have no choice but to be in the moment. It’s very good for everyone — veterans and first responders especially.”
Warrior Ranch holds clinics and workshops to help veterans and first responders cope with post-traumatic stress disorder. They learn horse-training exercises from experts. And at the same time the group retrains horses so they can be adopted out, Shanahan said.
“It’s a second chance for both human and horse,” she said.
“I have seen first-hand the amazing work being done for veterans and first responders at the Warrior Ranch and couldn’t be more excited that they will be able to use this property, which has been vacant for decades, to help our heroes,” Bellone said in the press release. “Our veterans and first responders go above and beyond, sacrificing both physically and mentally for the good of us all. We must continue to do all that we can to help repay our debt to these heroes,” he said.
The terms of the license agreement do not include an annual payment but require the organization to be responsible for utility costs and ensuring that the property is maintained, cleaned, and operated safely at its own expense.
The two barns on the Edwards Avenue site, formerly utilized as dog kennels, will be restored and retrofitted as horse stalls and paddocks to care for a maximum of 15 horses, according to the press release from the county executive’s office. The Warrior Ranch Foundation will also establish pastures and rings for grazing and training horses.
The Warrior Ranch Foundation, a tax-exempt nonprofit, is required by the license agreement to complete $100,000 worth of capital improvements such as installation of an HVAC system, certified electrical wiring and other investments. Under the agreement, the public will have equal access to the facility at no cost to the taxpayers.
Suffolk County acquired the property in 2012 for $8.9 million.
In 2014, the county agreed to lease the 150-acre site to L.I. Abate, a nonprofit education and advocacy group dedicated to motorcycle safety and awareness that was headed by the county superintendent of parks. About a dozen county parks department workers made capital improvements to the clubhouse on county time (see prior story), using county funds to purchase materials and supplies. After a contentious meeting of the Calverton Civic Association in June 2014, the county scuttled the deal with the motorcycle group.
The county parks department thereafter issued a request for expressions of interest in the site, without result. The property has since been used by licensed bow-hunters during deer season.
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Pictured L-R: Suffolk County Legislator Susan Berland, Suffolk County Legislator Steve Flotteron, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Warrior Ranch Foundation President Eileen Shanahan, Riverhead Town Supervisor Yvette Aguiar, United States Congressman Lee Zeldin, and Warrior Ranch Foundation Vice President Tony Simonetti.
CALVERTON, NY – On Saturday, July 25th, Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker joined elected officials and the Warrior Ranch Foundation volunteers for a ribbon cutting ceremony at its new location in Calverton. The property, formerly the Long Island Beagle Club, was purchased by Suffolk County for preservation and is now leased to the foundation. The foundation coordinated and completed extensive renovations through the support of sponsors and volunteers, and will be used to provide horse therapy programs focusing on our veterans, first responders and their families.
"I commend the Warrior Ranch Foundation for their dedication, not only to our veterans, first responders and their families, but to their efforts in rescuing horses who are also in need of care and attention," said Legislator Anker. "Through the leadership of President Eileen Shanahan and the partnership with Suffolk County, we have a place where so much good will be done. Horse therapy has proven to provide substantial emotional support and healing, and I know this will be an important contribution in what Suffolk County is doing to support our nation's heroes."
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"It was an amazing day! We are where we are today because of the support of our elected officials, the community and the incredible veterans and first responders who have pitched in to help renovate and build Warrior Ranch," said Warrior Ranch Foundation President Eileen Shanahan.
Vice President Tony Simonetti, an expert in the science of horse behavior, will provide horse therapy clinics and demonstrations. His deep understanding combined with the experience of over 500 successful horse therapy and training cases has given Tony the very unique ability to get the job done in a time frame that seems to be impossible. For the past 15 years, Tony Simonetti has been doing clinics, demonstrations, taught classes, been featured on national television with his horses, and has been filmed for numerous training programs.
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The Warrior Ranch Foundation was established as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation in 2016. It was established to provide veterans and first responders with clinics and workshops where they learn from an expert how to work with horses in a number of capacities. Through both riding and non-riding activities, they develop bonds, give guidance, demonstrate leadership, and help horses overcome certain fears. In doing so, participants receive the physical, mental, and emotional benefits of working with animals.
For more information on the Warrior Ranch Foundation, please visit www.warriorranchfoundation.org.
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