We opened our doors in 1975 with our first chapter located in Darien, Connecticut. Today we have three chapters located throughout Putnam and Fairfield counties.
View our calendar of upcoming events. From galas, volunteer orientations, to meeting our horses! It would be great to see you at an upcoming event.
Our team of Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship certified instructors provide equine-assisted activities for children, teens, and adults who face developmental, emotional, social, and physical challenges.
This program can produce remarkable improvements in mobility, balance, posture, coordination, language development, behavior control, and concentration.
A 5 week long program offered to first responders to combat secondary trauma, burnout, and the intense reality many first responders face on the job.
Integrates equine-human interaction while providing opportunities to teach critical life skills such as trust, respect, honesty, and communication.
Designed to build upon the horse-human bond and its effects on healing, building, trust and improving relationships.
An integrated environment at our Brewster location that challenges the students’ balance, stimulates their senses and encourages them to interact with the world around them.
A fun day for the special needs population to understand the therapeutic benefits of horses. Activites include working hands-on with the horses, gardening exercises, music, and art projects.