Celebrating the Hope Sparked by Inclusive Horsemanship

“It’s not how much we give, but how much love we put into giving.” --- Mother Teresa

 

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Dear Santa,

We've been a good herd this year!

 

Wilhelm Genn Prized Saddle

Proceeds benefit Cincinnati Therapeutic Riding and Horsemanship

PROGRAMS

If you or your child is interested in becoming a rider with CTRH, you will find all the forms and information you need here

VOLUNTEER

If you love horses and want to help people, CTRH could use your help.

GIVE

Every year, CTRH raises the funds to support 80% of the cost of our programming.

Cincinnati
Therapeutic
Riding and
Horsemanship

Nestled on 19 serene acres in Milford, Ohio, we spark hope through inclusive horsemanship in a safe, fun and compassionate environment.

We are Cincinnati Therapeutic Riding and Horsemanship, a PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Center.

Since 1985, we have been is committed to improving the lives of individuals impacted by developmental
and physical disabilities and unique challenges through equine-assisted therapies and activities.

PROGRAMS

The power of the horse to heal has been demonstrated at CTRH since 1985. Our programs are designed to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities or special challenges.

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RECREATIONAL RIDING

Participants develop horsemanship skills while simultaneously experiencing the joy of riding and accruing therapeutic benefits both cognitive and physical. Additionally, participants learn how to care for horses and benefit emotionally from the bond they form with them.

HIPPOTHERAPY

A treatment strategy in which the movement of the horse is utilized by specially trained, certified occupational therapists, physical therapists, and speech-language pathologists to address a variety of impairments and limitations with the goal of achieving functional outcomes.

MINIATURE HORSE OUTREACH PROGRAM

For 33 years, clients have come to CTRH to experience the benefits of equine-assisted activities and therapies, but what about those clients who can’t make the trip?