Areas of Programming
Therapeutic riding provides adapted riding-skill instruction that supports life goals.
Carriage driving provides an alternative to riding and opens the world of horses to those who might not be able to participate in traditional riding activities.
Equine Movement Therapy
Equine Movement Therapy utilizes clinical therapists to support functional physical improvement.
From vocational support to team building to personal empowerment, Sprout provides equine experimental learning to individuals and community groups.
Programs at Sprout Support
Balance, Coordination, Flexibility, Strength, Endurance, Gait Patterns, Gross Motor and Fine Motor Skills
Safety and Spatial Awareness, Patterns and Sequencing, Problem Solving, Active Listening, Divided Attention, Short and Long-Term Memory
Communication Skills (verbal and non-verbal), Leadership, Independence, Respect, Friendship
Self Awareness, Self Confidence, Self Control, Flexibility, Determination, Flexibility, Boundaries
**Thank you for your interest in joining our community of equestrians at Sprout! Please note that we are not registering new equestrians at this time and Sprout has a very long (multi-year) waiting list. Completing this form allows us to put you on the waiting list and learn more about your rider. If/when spaces become available, it is our policy to contact those on the waiting list on a first-come, first-served basis. Should you have any questions, please email our Program Coordinator, Nancy Davidson at firstname.lastname@example.org.