All programming at TRI is conducted by PATH Intl certified professional staff, utilizing trained volunteers and very special equine partners. To find out more about specific opportunities, contact Michele Green, Program Director, at or 937-619-7577.


Therapeutic Horseback Riding

For participants ages 5 and up, therapeutic riding is a recreational sport activity that provides opportunities for physical, emotional and cognitive benefit. All participants work towards individualized goals in a safe, fun and compassionate environment. You can learn more about therapeutic riding here!

Equine Assisted Learning

This program, developed and operated with our partner South Community, emphasizes appropriate behavior and emotional management, as well as social and horsemanship skills. South Community brings participants from elementary, middle and high school to the barn to work with our Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning, equine partners, and trained volunteers weekly throughout the school year. To learn more about Equine Assisted Learning an its benefits, click here!

Horses Assisting Heroes

This program provides an opportunity for service members (active duty or retired) to experience the challenges and joys of horseback riding with up to two family members or support team members. The emphasis on learning safe, correct horsemanship serves as a starting point for increased communication and enjoyment of a new experience as a team.

Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy

Run in collaboration with a licensed mental health professional, EFP is an experiential therapy treatment for a diverse range of mental health diagnoses. We currently work with Riverscape Counseling to provide EFP. To learn more about EFP and its benefits, click here!

Field Trips

TRI encourages our community partners to bring small groups to the barn for a two hour inclusive experience that provides opportunities to learn about horses, groom and lead horses, as well as team building opportunities.


Get Started with TRI:

  1. Contact TRI’s Program Director, Michele Green at 937-619-7577 or to find out if TRI is right for you.
  2. Fill out and submit the 2019 Student Registration Packet.
  3. Schedule a new student evaluation.
  4. Consider applying for scholarship opportunities.

2019 New Student Evalution dates:

February 9th

April 27th

June 1st

August 24th

September 29th

 2019 Sessions

Session 1: 8 weeks – March 16 – May 16
(No Lessons 4/19 – 4/26)

Session 2: 4 weeks : June 1 – June 27

Session 3: 8 weeks : July 22 – September 21

Fall Student Horse Show: October 5th

Session 4: 8 weeks: October 10 – December 12




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