Our Founders

The Beginning of Khamrada’s Hope, LLC and Cockade Stables, LLC 

In 2017 Jeff and Amy Grieco took a leap of faith and purchased the property for Cockade Stables. In 2019 they moved in above the barn, and now Cockade Stables is home to them and their three wonderful children, McKenna, Brennan, and Tucker, along with their amazing horses and precious farm animals.

Amy has provided equine-assisted programs for 11 years. She has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Psychology and a Master’s of Science degree in Sociology. Amy has worked with child abuse, child behavior, and family dynamics since graduate school in her capacity as a researching student, a sexuality educator, as the Assistant Director of a rape crisis center, and in her business since 2005.

Amy has taught for a local college for several years and began writing her own courses about child abuse and child behavior in 2005.

Amy with her first horse, Whiskey.

Amy and Jeff Grieco are members of the Equine Experiential Education Association (E3A). Amy is a Certified Equine Experiential Education Practitioner. As a certified practitioner of E3, Amy’s programs focus on personal development. Some of the E3 programs she provides include family relationships, parenting relationships/education, youth education, coaching, team building, leadership development, personal growth, child behavior, child abuse prevention, and professional development.

Cockade Stables is also home to Khamrada’s Hope, another business specifically created for expanding the programs Amy has been providing for so many years. To enhance the benefits of equine-assisted work, Amy also utilizes the mental and physical benefits of Essential Oils for humans and animals. Amy has training in the Aroma Freedom Technique (AFT) and incorporates Essential Oil techniques and applications into a myriad of Khamrada’s Hope, LLC programs.

Questions or Interest?

Amy and Jeff Grieco 804-586-2119  ****khcstables@gmail.com*****Find us on facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/KHCStables/

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