Mission- Cincinnati Therapeutic Riding and Horsemanship is committed to improving the lives of individuals impacted by disabilities and unique challenges through equine assisted services.
Adaptive Recreational Riding is taught in group lessons. Each class of two to five riders is led by instructors certified by PATH, Intl. Each rider is paired up with a volunteer horse leader and up to two volunteer side walkers. Riders with varying types and degrees of disabilities can be as young as four years and continue through adulthood.
Our adaptive recreational riding classes are an hour in length. In that time period, the rider participates in grooming the horse, tacking the horse, mounting, exercises on horseback, an activity related to a skill which is used in a game on horseback, dismounting, untacking, cleaning, and putting the saddle and bridle away. We take full advantage of the work around the horse as a multi-sensory experience. You should expect the mounted riding time to be 30-40 minutes.
Who it serves:
Varying types and degrees of disabilities and can be as young as four years and continue through adulthood.
CTRH does not bill to insurance companies