Therapeutic Horseback Riding
Therapeutic Riding focuses on riders in small groups working to improve balance, mobility, strength, coordination, self confidence, communication skills and socialization skills.
Basic horseback riding techniques are taught to control the horse's movement, such as walking or stopping the horse. These classes are conducted by a PATH International Certified Instructor.
Therapeutic Tack & Ride
Tack & Ride gives the riders the opportunity to learn about horse anatomy, the proper way to tack up a horse, and the proper caring of the horse. Learning how to properly prepare the horse before riding will provide riders with confidence. Once the horse is ready, it’s time to ride which helps to improve balance, mobility, strength, coordination, self confidence, communication skills and socialization skills. These classes are conducted by a Certified Instructor.
Our unique Cart Program allows individuals who exceed our weight limit, or otherwise cannot participate on horseback, to use our lift-assisted cart for one-on-one driving classes with our instructors. It's ideal for the elderly as well.
Young Riders & Horse Camps
Evening classes & day-camps for children and youth, ages 3 to 18, are scheduled at various times throughout the riding season. These classes are designed to promote self-esteem, provide positive role models, and set clear standards for responsible behavior while learning about horses in a fun and encouraging setting. Day camps can be scheduled by request for Scouts, church groups, and other youth organizations.