Equine-Assisted Therapy (EAT) is therapy that includes equine activities in an equine environment in order to promote physical, occupational, and emotional growth in persons suffering from ADD, Anxiety, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Dementia, Depression, Developmental Delay, Genetic Syndromes (such as Down Syndrome), PTSD, traumatic brain injuries, behavioral issues, abuse issues, and other mental health problems. Equine Therapy can help the individual build core strength and balance. It also builds confidence, self-efficiency, communication and social skills; trust, perspective, impulse control, and with learning boundaries.
Children and adult riding lessons teach riders important information like horse behavior, how to prep your horse before lessons (includes leading, grooming, and tacking), as well as riding etiquette and safety protocols. These classes are designed to be fun, build upon the student’s interest in horses, and give them the necessary tools to become a confident and happy rider. Every session includes 15 minutes of horsemanship skills that teach you how to understand and connect with your horse.
Single lesson – 45 minute session (15 min grooming/30 min ride time) $35
Monthly package – 45 minute session (15 min grooming/30 min ride time) $30
Summer Day Camp
Summer Day Camp emphasizes not just on riding but building a relationship with each horse. Our horse camps also encourage personal growth for each camper. Learning new skills and connecting with people and animals builds self-esteem. For many of our students, horsemanship becomes a driving interest for many years. We limit the number of campers to preserve this individualized approach.
Our camp is for kids 7-years-old and older and is for every level of riding ability. This includes the first-time beginner. We offer affordable rates for all families. Multi-child enrollments will receive a discount. Camps fill up fast so call us today.
We pride ourselves in providing a fun, safe, and well-rounded horse camp experience where children can immerse themselves in the moment and enjoy themselves in a non-competitive environment.