What is Adaptive Horsemanship?
This is an unmounted program that teaches how to care for, communicate with and exercise the horse from the ground. This program is appropriate for those that are unable or unwilling to mount for reasons such as weight restrictions, severe fear of heights, inability to weight bear and transfer with assistance or sit without significant support.
Private horsemanship lesson = $50
Semi-private horsemanship lesson = $40
Group of 3-4 horsemanship lesson = $35
All lessons are scheduled in a 1 hour block.
How do I register for Horsemanship?
Please complete the following:
- Online Participant Application
- Online Professional Referral Form
Click here to bring you to the applications page.
We run on a seasonal schedule and invoices are emailed at the beginning of each session. If you have conflicts with dates, we allow up to 20% of total number of lessons in a session to be removed from an invoice only PRIOR to a session starting. Any cancellations following will be just considered a missed lesson.
If you require assistance with funding, click here to view some possible community sponsorship options on our Applications & Forms page.
For more information, please call 519-986-1247 and ask for Robyn, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Benoit Dube - Executive Director
Barb Sheperd - Development Officer
Robyn Allen - Program Manager & Physiotherapist
Michelle Lemire - Volunteer Coordinator (Interim)
Emma Houser - Volunteer Coordinator & Instructor (PATH Int. CTRI, EC Instructor of Beginners)
Danielle Rose - Equine Manager & Instructor (PATH Int. CTRI, EC Competition Coach)
Ann-Ida Beck - Instructor (CanTRA CTRSI, PATH Int. CTRI, EC Instructor of Beginners)
Gillian MacNeill - Instructor (CanTRA CTRII, PATH Int. CTRI)
Shannon Speer - Recreational Therapist
Gretel Stanish - Property & Barn Manager