The Children’s Educational Equine Program  is a week-long equine educational day program for children 7-15 years of age. Through hands on experiences these young horse enthusiast learn safety, and maintenance of owning and caring for a horse. These week long participants also enjoy a daily horseback riding lessons on a horse suitable to their riding level, with lessons designed accordingly. Children in this program also get an opportunity to learn via our educational program about the Morgan horse breed, basic horse terms, riding styles, parts of tack, and horse markings. Each day incorporates the above-mentioned activities as well as arts and crafts, and games that are designed to enhance the children’s learning.  Fridays are strictly game days that allow riders to test the skills they have learned through out the week. No experience is necessary to become part of this weeks fun! Contact us for more information today!


2017 Session: July 17 (Monday) - July 21 (Friday)

Time: 9:00am - 2:00 pm

Price: $280 per child

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Show Braiding is a hands on class designed to teach its participants how to complete multiple types of show braids from start to finish. Whether you want to brush up on your skills or are learning for the first time we welcome you to join us for one of our most sort after classes. Space is limited so contact us today to register for your spot!


2017 Braiding Class: June 7th (Wednesday)

Time: 5:30p.m.-7:30p.m.

Price: $35

Other Services & Classes

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) is a powerful and effective therapeutic approach that has an incredible impact on individuals, youth, families, and groups. EAP addresses a variety of mental health and human development needs including behavioral issues, attention deficit disorder, PTSD, substance abuse, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, relationship problems and communication needs. Clients learn about themselves through ground based activities while processing feelings, behaviors, and patterns. A few examples of the tools that clients learn to utilize and develop are non-verbal communication, assertiveness, creative thinking, problem solving, leadership, work, responsibility, confidence, and overall communication.  


2017 Update: We are currently in search of a Licensed Mental Health Professional to add to our team. Until then we are currently NOT excepting new clients to this program.