Therapeutic Riding Program

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Students riding horses

Photo by Vanessa Wright of Literary Horse

 

Therapeutic Riding is a mode of therapy utilizing functional riding skills, equine movement and a variety of therapy activities to achieve specific cognitive, physical and emotional goals. The UNH Therapeutic Riding Program adapts equine activities to allow for participation of riders over the age of 5 with cognitive, physical and emotional challenges. Activities take place in a normal equine environment, augmented with therapeutic games and activities. Adaptations are diagnosis-specific and focus on maximizing the abilities of each individual, rather than concentrating on disabilities.

What's New

  • Tickets to the 13th annual Run for the Roses silent auction and dinner on May 4th are NOW available
  • Our Summer program is now full.
  • Fall Registration will begin July 18th at 8am
  • Click HERE to read our Fall newsletter.
  • Click HERE to read our Winter newsletter.
  • Our next Volunteer Training Session is Monday May 13th, 2019 from 4-6 PM.
  • UNH Therapeutic Riding T-shirts are available for $12 in Adult or Youth Sizes in red, kelly green, hot pink, tangerine, ocean blue, turquise, deep purple or lavender.  (add $3 for shipping)

Contact

Cindy Burke
Program Director
PATH International Advanced Instructor

PATH-certified Instructors: Sunya Cook, Mackenzie DelVecchio, Rachel Fish

Equine Center
278 Mast Road Extension
Durham, NH 03824-3590
Phone: (603) 862-0131
Fax: (603)862-3704
Email: cindy.burke@unh.edu