Dealership gives riders a lift

Bill Utter Ford recently donated two marine batteries to help power the lift at Spirit Horse Therapeutic Center, located in Corinth.

The lift is used to move physically challenged riders into a riding position either on horse back or a carriage. 

“I am pleased that we were able to help an outstanding organization such as Spirit Horse that serves so many people,” said Bill Utter, who resides in Argyle. 

“Children of some of our employees have benefited from the work that Spirit Horse has does and this donation is our way of trying to give back.”

SpiritHorse has 34 U.S. licensed centers that offer free private therapeutic horseback riding services to people with disabilities, children who are victims of abuse, battered women, children who are terminally ill, at-risk-youth and those who are wounded veterans in their “Horses for Heroes” program.

They currently work with over 400 children and adults at their Corinth center every week and another 2,500 at their centers worldwide. To learn more about Spirit Horse Therapeutic Center and ways to help or get involved, visit

Bill Utter Ford is located at 4901 South I-35E in Denton.


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