TRI programs are:

1. Taught by PATH Intl Certified Instructors

2. Goal oriented with each student working on individualized goals


To find out more about a specific opportunity, contact TRI’s Program Director, Michele Green at 937-619-7577 ext 1 or


Therapeutic Horseback Riding

For youth and adults with disabilities ages 5 and up. This recreational activity teams up trained volunteers, PATH Intl Certified Instructors and horses to provide a fun and challenging therapeutic experience.

Horses Assisting Youth

Developed for those students ages 7-18 who are struggling with anger issues, low confidence and self-esteem. This program is hands on and focuses on developing horsemanship skills.

Horses Assisting Heroes

Veterans and up to 2 family members learn to ride while bonding over a shared experience.

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.

Field Trips

TRI welcomes small groups via community partners throughout the year for an experience at the farm. These inclusive experiences are open to people with disabilities and their friends/family.

Get Started with TRI:

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

 2018 Sessions

Session 1: 8 weeks – March 10 – March 19
(No Lessons 3/30-4/6 & 4/19-4/23)

Session 2: 4 weeks : June 4 – June 30

Session 3: 4 weeks : July 9 – August 4

Session 4: 8 weeks: September 8 – November 3

Session 5: 4 weeks : Nov 26 – Dec 20