TRI has closed for the Winter. We hope to welcome everyone back to our Programs in March. Registration is now open.

TRI now has a rolling registration for weekly lessons. Special programs do have registration due dates for participation. Registration does NOT guarantee entry into a program or a specific day or time. Careful consideration goes into determining if a participant will benefit from a specific program. While TRI has a non-discrimination policy, there may be programs that are contraindicated or simply not safe for a specific student to participate in.

Our program staff spends a great deal of time placing a student in the best class/program based on their unique needs, the horses available, the instructor scheduled, the available volunteers, and their peers in a class. Unfortunately, this may not all align with a student requested day and time.

Participants are required to complete registration paperwork on an annual basis.


A Physician’s Release is required for every NEW participant regardless of age, diagnosis, or type of program. A Physician’s Release must be completed and submitted prior to participating in any equine activities.

Anyone wishing to participate in mounted or unmounted equine-assisted activities may be asked to attend an in-person evaluation. This aids in determining the appropriateness of activity and adaptive equipment necessary.

All Registration Paperwork must be completed and submitted prior to the evaluations being scheduled.

RETURNING STUDENTS: If it has been more than 12 months since participating or there has been a change in diagnosis, a returning student may be asked to participate in an in-person evaluation. These students will be contacted directly by the Program Director to set up an appointment.

For more information, please fill out our student inquiry form or contact