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Hope Horses Programs

RIDE INTO STRENGTH, STRIDE WITH CONFIDENCE,
AND HARNESS THE POWER WITHIN

Hope Horses Programs

Hope Horses, Inc. is a Center Member of the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship Association. All programs and lessons are conducted by a certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor or an Instructor in Training. The Adaptive Riding Program follows strict guidelines of Precautions and Contraindications through rules and regulations of the PATH organization. Instructors are certified through PATH, CHA-IRD, and CECTH. The Hope Horses instructors focus on provide a safe and effective lesson each time a student sits in the saddle.

Who can Participate?

Hope Horses, Inc. serves children and adults with disabilities between the ages of 5 - 25 and weigh no more than 150 pounds.  Eligibility requirements differ depending on the program. IF you have questions about your child's eligibility, contact Mariah Miles.

How do I get my child involved?

Parents or Guardians are encouraged to sign up for a tour to allow the individual and family the opportunity to see the facility, meet the equines and staff, learn more about the programs offered, and receive the proper required paperwork needed to get started.

What is the financial cost to participate?

Cost differs on the program your child will be participating in. Hope Horses does not deny serves to any child interested in participating in its programs. Individuals can complete the scholarship application once completing the appropriate program application.

Therapeutic/Adaptive Riding Program

Experiencing the motion of a horse can be very therapeutic. Because horseback riding rhythmically moves the rider’s body in a manner similar to a human gait, riders with physical disabilities often show improvement in flexibility, balance and muscle strength. In addition to the therapeutic benefits, horseback riding also provides recreational opportunities for individuals with disabilities to enjoy the outdoors. Therapeutic/adaptive horsemanship contributes to the cognitive, physical, emotional and social well-being of individuals with disabilities.

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Camps and Field Trips

Camps are offered during the summer and winter breaks to abled body individuals to have the opportunity to benefit from horsemanship skills through the barn. 

Field trips are offered to schools, groups, and organizations to experience the broad learning opportunity of Equines in the barn.

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