Welcome to the NMSU Therapeutic Riding Program
The NMSU Therapeutic Riding (TR) Program consists of Therapeutic Riding, Ground Lessons, Equine Assisted Learning, Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, and Hippotherapy.
Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies (EAAT) are designed to improve the quality of life for people of different ages and abilities by using horsemanship programs and outdoor experiential education to develop confidence, self-worth, and active community participation.
These EAATs can help children and adults with physical, mental, emotional, and behavioral challenges gain strength and independence.
EAATs help people from all backgrounds and walks of life in a variety of ways, including increasing strength and flexibility, improving motor skills, promoting speech and cognitive reasoning, and building relationships and social skills. The individuals may face any number of challenges, but all benefit from the power of the horse.
Thank You for Your Support - for Our Fall Horse Carnival
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!
This past weekend on November 16 we had our annual Fall Horse Carnival. We had around 95 participants and made around $1,000, which was good due to the wind and busy weekend! We will definitely plan ahead and advertise more next year. We would Love to THANK ALL of our awesome volunteers from PIKE, Delta Zeta, Horsemen's Association, Block & Bridle, Aggie PAW, Equestrian Team, Football Team, Communication Class, and ANSC classes. Without them, we would have been lost!
Sarah Veeder - NMSU Therapeutic Riding Program Manager