*Libuse “Libby” Bugl is working with Veterans, Family Members, First Responders,
At-Risk Youth and Teens

LAS VEGAS (April 19, 2021) — Horses4Heroes riding instructor, Libuse “Libby” Bugl, has been named the director of Health & Wellness programs at the Horses4Heroes Family Equestrian Center.  Ms. Bugl recently received certification from the O.K. Corral Series in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Equine Assisted Living (EAP/EAL).

Ms. Bugl is an accomplished horsewoman and has been actively involved in Horses4Heroes as a volunteer and instructor, and has been assisting team members during EAL/EAP sessions and workshops.  Prior to joining Horses4Heroes, she spent 20 years working in retail as a sales associate and brand manager of high-end fragrances.

Ms. Bugl has family members who serve and have served as First Responders and understands first-hand the challenges faced by wives, mothers, daughters and children, as well as the First Responders themselves.

“I am honored for this opportunity to combine my love of horses with my deep respect for our local heroes and their families,” said Ms Bugl.  “I have witnessed in my own life the power of horses to heal broken hearts, reduce stress and anxiety and build self esteem and self confidence.  I am looking forward to this opportunity to serve Horses4Heroes’ clients and introduce others to the healing power of horses.”

About Horses4Heroes Las Vegas

Owned and operated by Las Vegas-based national non-profit Horses4Heroes, the Horses4Heroes Family Equestrian Center, now open at 4975 North Miller Lane, off Lone Mountain near Buffalo, offers low-cost horseback riding programs and activities for local service members, veterans, First Responders and their families, including camps, lessons, birthday parties, field trips, and corporate outings.  Free workshops are held for veterans with PTSD/MST/TBI, First Responders, victims of domestic abuse and violence, recovering addicts, Foster children and teens and at-risk youth.  Individual sessions are offered at reduced rates.  For more information, email or visit

About O.K. Corral Series

Based in Reno, NV, The O.K. Corral Series educates, promotes, and supports professionals in the practice of authentic equine-assisted work.  Authentic equine-assisted work honors and integrates natural horse and herd behavior as a model for human mental and emotional health using the equine assisted philosophies developed by Greg Kersten, the founder of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy.

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