Our Therapeutic Riding Lessons help improve individual's physical, psychological and cognitive abilities. The horse is a means of exercise, as well as a warm and friendly companion. Any individual who qualifies under the "Americans with Disabilities Act" is eligible to apply. Each applicant is evaluated before becoming a student to determine if the therapeutic riding program can meet his or her needs.
Beginner and intermediate riding lessons for youth or adults wanting to learn the basics of horsemanship and horseback riding.
Equine Facilitated Learning allows individuals to interact with the horses on the ground to gain a better understanding of ourselves. Sessions focus on communication and teamwork.
The Family Enhancement program uses our equine partners to give families who have been through a difficult life change, time to bond, make memories, share goals and use feeling words in a safe and fun environment.
Week long horse camps are scheduled during the summer break months. We also offer one day horse centered riding or groundwork camps for school groups, clubs or businesses.
The Horses for Heroes program will allows Veterans to identify their own goals for the program and to work individually or in a group setting with their horse partner and an instructor. Breaking Free's Horses for Heroes program is open to all eligible US Veterans who are interested in working with or around horses or in a farm and barn atmosphere.