An Unequal Playing Field

Today, youth from underserved communities––predominantly children of color––have limited access to enrichment programs and natural environments.


Due to high costs and limited accessibility, the motivational and therapeutic qualities of horseback riding are often out of reach.

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Mulatto Meadows Humble is a fiscally sponsored project of  the Social Good Fund, Inc. (EIN# 46-1323531). Your donation is tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.  

To donate by check:
Make check out to Social Good Fund, Inc. with “Mulatto Meadows Humble” in the memo and mail to:

Mulatto Meadows Humble
℅ Social Good Fund, Inc.
1588 Fitzgerald Dr., #363
Pinole, CA  94564





About the Founder 

Brianna Noble

Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area’s East Bay, Brianna is a lifelong horse enthusiast. At the age of 15 she was given her first horse, an abused, off-the-track thoroughbred she renamed Midnight Affair.


Bri has dedicated her life as a trainer to rehabilitating abused horses into “bombproof” mounts, and placing them in loving homes with responsible owners.


Bri is the mother to three-year-old Genesis Joan, a budding horsewoman herself, and engaged to fellow horseman, Adolfo Gutierrez.

Bri recently garnered international attention when she rode her horse Dapper Dan at an Oakland, California Black Lives Matter protest over the death of George Floyd. The image of Bri atop her 17.1 hand horse has become a worldwide beacon of hope.

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