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What makes therapeutic riding so special?

The bonding between horse and rider and the relationships with instructors and volunteers has now been proven to be beneficial to many with a variety of challenges. For the physically handicapped rider, horseback riding gently and rhythmically moves horses’ bodies, naturally mimicking human gait. Studies have shown that therapeutic riding provides the following benefits:

• Psychological bonding and relationship building 
• Lifting of the spirit, improved self esteem and self confidence!
• Increased attention span and social interaction
• Improved balance, posture and flexibility 

Stirrups ‘n Strides Volunteer Orientation
Join us on Saturday, September 21 from 8:30-12:00 Noon
at 4248 W. HWY 318, Citra. Volunteers needed for leaders, sidewalkers, Stirrups ‘n Stripes Veterans program (Fridays), office and data entry, farm maintenance and more!
Download the Volunteer Application ahead of time and get a head start on paperwork!
We’re looking forward to seeing you!

Watch a video that tells the story of the inspiration behind Stirrups 'n Strides.

See how therapeutic riding made a difference for Kathy Gray — and is helping others.

“Someone that’s scared… I tell them, if  I can do it you can do it.”

Together we can Empower, Enrich & Inspire people of all ages with physical, mental or emotional challenges.

 

We have some exciting new fundraising events coming up this year!
Join us for a great country music performance by Lorri Gill & the Notebenders on Sunday, 10/20! GET TICKETS by calling 352-307-0774 or email: 12ticketsbytoni@gmail.com .
 

>>Be a sponsor: Goin’ for Gold!

Thanks for donating!  Every little bit helps!

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Watch When horseback riding is as therapeutic as it is thrilling.
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In addition, please take a moment to watch this super video.
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www.youtube.com/embed/D-eplE5hAec (a URL to copy and share)

Stirrups ‘n Strides Therapeutic Riding Center is a member of the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH).  All of our instructors are PATH certified.

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