In the fall of 2016, I participated in coordinating a pilot study to see if Equine Assisted Learning could be effective in helping informal caregivers in rural Minnesota to deal with the stresses of caregiver fatigue and burnout. This was a 6-week program that met once a week for 2 hours at a Therapeutic Equine facility in Hutchinson MN. We utilized standardized tools to measure the before and after effects of the program. We found the program to overall be successful in meeting the objectives. I would like to replicate this program in the metro area of Minneapolis/St. Paul and beyond. I see this program as a powerful way to help caregivers address their caregiver fatigue in a kinesthetic and social/emotional way beyond the traditional classroom or social meeting experiences. This is a powerful form of therapeutic experience that has a track record across many populations, and age groups, but is just starting to be explored with our older adult population.