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  • Equitherapy for children and adults with disabilities (year round program)

  • Equine facilitated learning program for disabled veterans

  • Summer farm camp for youth and adults with disabilities

  • Organic garden

  • Work training site for young adults with disabilities

​The rhythmic nature of the horse’s gait and the animal’s body heat provide therapy, helping to strengthen the rider’s muscle tone.


Other physical benefits include improvements in balance, posture, coordination, reflexes, fine and gross motor skills, and hand-eye coordination. The repetition of various activities allows the rider to concentrate on their position while trying new activities.


During the sessions, the children play games, weave through mazes and cones, and even go on treasure hunts…all on horseback!

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