December 23 Break - Merry Christmas - No Class until January 6
January Horse Show and Committee to be determined -
- - - Need Show Coordinator
January 6 Session 3 Classes Begin
February 17 Session 4 Classes Begin - No break
February-March ?? Twenty-First Annual Horse Show -
- - -Sponsorship and Assistance Requested
March 30 ?? Twenty-First Annual Horse Show - Stay Tuned
March 31 Horse Show Break
April 7 Session 5 Classes Begin - 7 Weeks
May 26 Memorial Day Break
June 2 Session 6 Classes Begin - 8 Weeks
Riders - Sign up any time and join our classes
Can you play with us. Contact us with the time and days you want to play and come join the fun while you change lives.
I have to share rider Cliff's story. He called to volunteer in Mesa as he had horses years ago and wanted to help. Due to a stroke last year he was challenged with some deficiencies. Cliff got out of his truck and as he walked to us, we noticed he was dragging one of his feet. His balance was not very good. He helped clean one of the pens and was exhausted. We had a break in riders, so had him mount Lulu. He rode for - maybe - 15 minutes. When he dismounted - to all our amazement - he WALKED. No dragging his foot. He came back the next week and was still walking well. He was able to help groom his new girlfriend - Lulu, and he walked all around our arena. Stamina was way improved. We were able to get him up again and afterwards he took longer steps as he walked in more balance and control than before. Even his speech was more organized. This therapeutic riding stuff is very very powerful.