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Download our brochure here: brcthfeb2017brochure
Our mailing address is BRCTH, P.O. Box 438, Boyce, VA 22620
A BIG Thank You to all who contributed to our Year-End Campaign! Between Giving Tuesday and the Year-End Campaign, donors gave just over $5000, allowing for a great start to 2019.
Heads up! Our next Vera Bradley/Premier Designs/Thirty-One Bingo Fundraiser is scheduled for Saturday, March 2nd at John Enders Fire Company Social Hall! See our Events page and Facebook page for details and ticket information. For your convenience, you can go directly to the online ticketing site.
We are registering children, from age 3, and adults for our 8-week Spring Session which begins April 1st. Lessons are offered on Monday through Thursday afternoons and on Saturdays. Read more about our therapeutic services on the Programs page, download our brochure and spring session flyer. Contact us for more information or for a registration packet.
Also, later this spring, we will be registering children ages 7 to 12 for our Fun With Horses Day Camps which are scheduled for the weeks of June 24th and July 8th.
Therapeutic riding makes a difference and changes lives!
For people with disabilities and those who are at risk, the horse and its environment can provide unique healing and learning experiences. Under the watchful eye of a certified instructor, trained volunteers, educators and health care professionals, a student’s interaction with a horse can be therapeutic as well as a fun and freeing experience.
Therapeutic riding is fun. It also produces results. Some of the benefits one can expect:
Improved coordination and muscle tone
Improved posture and balance
Improved gross and fine motor skills
Increased range of motion
Improved attention and concentration
Improved sequencing and planning
Improved flexibility in thinking
Increased self confidence and self-cont
Increased understanding of consequences
Improved social interaction
Increased empathy and empowerment