Horse Drawn Wagon Rides, Egg Hunts, Horses, Live Music, Breakfast Munchies, photos with our “Horsey Equest Bunny”, Arts and Crafts, FacePainting, Petting Zoo, the EASTER BUNNY & MORE ! Check out all the details of this fun filled event. Enjoy the holiday season with friends and family while helping others in need!
I recently got a chance to interview a young lady who has had an incredible impact at Equest Center, Shelly Fox. She plays a part in every aspect of running the center, from organizing staff,and teaching lessons, to raising funds. If you spend anytime around Equest you will be sure to meet Shelly. When did… Read more »
Equest Center for Therapeutic Riding is gearing up to celebrate their 25th Silver Anniversary in 2015 and they’ve asked “Silver Pony” to send out a challenge in their honor. HERE’S THE CHALLENGE- WE NEED 2500 PEOPLE TO DONATE $25 IN THE NEXT 25 DAYS. Equest Center serves kids with physical, mental, social and emotional disabilities – 180… Read more »
If you’re not in Kentucky THIS is the place to be!
Another Amazing way you can support Equest Center! AmazonSmile is a program where Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to Equest Center. You can use this link to start shopping and donating to Equest! http://smile.amazon.com/ch/38-2938949 Equest Center for Therapeutic Riding Inc
I started at Equest in the fall of 2005, as a volunteer. I mainly worked in the daytime classes as a leader and side-walker. I have always loved horses and thought this would be a great way to get my horse fix as well as helping riders with their therapy. After my first volunteer orientation… Read more »
I first started working at Equest after I graduated college in 2008. I was so excited that a therapeutic riding center, where I could combine my psych degree with my passion for horses, was so close to my home! I completed my certification as a PATH Intl. (then NARHA) instructor by teaching at Equest as… Read more »
Our NEW Saddle Safari Discovery Trail will offer riders with special needs the opportunity to improve motor, social, emotional and cognitive functions while exposing them to natural surroundings filled with sights, sounds , smells and tactile sensations. Stops along the trail have been specically designed to stimulate the riders’ senses in different ways ,… Read more »
Ashlee first came to Equest Center with her 4-h group when she was only 8 years old. Over the years, she continued to return to the center for practices and volunteering at special events. The love of horses, knowledge of their care and Ashlee’s calm confidence and strong work ethic made her the perfect candidate… Read more »