Horsemanship Program

Horsemanship Program

The goals of the Horsemanship Program are to teach the range of skills necessary to be a capable caretaker and rider, to receive school credit for participation in the Program, and to teach responsibility and build self-esteem. As with the Art Program the Horsemanship Program is designed around teaching specific skills and, while not designed to be an equine therapy program, to have tangible therapeutic benefits.


The range of skills taught by our Horsemanship Director includes basic issues of care, saddling, riding and specific activities (4H rodeo events and participation in local ranch round-ups). Therapeutic benefits are derived from learning responsibility through the care of horses and to build self-esteem by learning to care for horses and master the skills of riding. 

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Horsemanship


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Anthony Geraci
Director, Business Development

281-253-3264



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Javelina
Javelina - some of the wildlife at the High Frontier