PATH certified instructors provide a unique combination of sport, recreation and education!
Offering 6 different sessions throughout
the year, each from 4 to 8 weeks long.
the benefits of riding
To an individual with a disability, horseback riding takes them into a new and unexplored world which provides a sense of independence and freedom that defies the disability. Adaptive riding activities provide benefits in areas of socialization, friendship and overall improvement of life. Riders are challenged in ways they have seldom been challenged before…and they love every minute of it!
Adaptive riding lessons use adaptive teaching techniques and/or equipment to help riders learn riding and horsemanship skills through instruction from a PATH-certified instructor and assisted by volunteers to lead the horse or walk along with the rider when necessary.
Mane Stream offers riding lessons to those 4 years or older in private ($55) and semi-private (2:1) ($50) lesson format with riders of similar age and abilities.
To learn more about adaptive riding please check out our policies and procedures, which covers weight limits, payment, cancellation polices and much more.
For more information contact:
Jen Dermody, Head Instructor