Enjoy Fall Riding at Windrush Farm!
- Fall Session: September 9 – December 13, 2019
Windrush Farm offers quality therapeutic horseback riding and horse related activities for children and adults with physical, cognitive and emotional challenges and recreational horseback riding lessons for beginners and intermediates.
Discover the huge benefits of therapeutic riding for yourself or your loved one:-
- Horseback riding improves core strength, balance, flexibility and coordination while being FUN!
- Learning to ride boosts confidence, independance and well-being
- Bonding with a large gentle animal provides incredible comfort and joy
Come and see what it is all about, especially during the beautiful Fall season!
All Windrush therapeutic riding instructors are certified by the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship and have extensive experience. Windrush therapy horses are carefully selected and very well trained.
Group lessons are offered Monday-Friday
Adult Group Lessons 10:00am – 2:30pm
Children 3:15pm – Evening
New Clients: Please email/call to arrange a tour of the farm and an evaluation.
email@example.com Tel. 978.682.7855
We look forward to seeing you!
Riding restrictions: Minimum age 6 years. Weight limit for riders is 185 pounds.
Unmounted options are available. Pricing subject to change. Restrictions may apply.
Our programs make a significant difference in their lives as described in this testimonial from a teacher from The Perkins School for the Blind who has brought students to the farm since 1984:
“…and then I bring them to Windrush and a kind of magic takes place. …Similar to school, the approach at the farm is to begin from a positive premise. What CAN the student do and then add, adapt, strengthen and adjust to build on the already existing skills. Within each class, the students increase self-confidence and independence. …There is explanation of task, demonstration of technique, plenty of repetition, and reasonable expectation in achieving goals and objectives. The students are often surprised at themselves of what they are able to do and are proud of their efforts. …a WIN-WIN for everyone involved and we hope to continue to bring students to learn from and just enjoy the nurturing, beautiful.”