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Home School Horsemanship Program

Have you made the home schooling decision for your child? Have an animal lover? Not quite sure how to cover physical education hours and hands-on science requirements?
The Bridge Center is now offering a horsemanship program that will check these items off your requirement list!

Within this two hour, unmounted weekly program, participants will gain the knowledge and experience in specific equine areas and all while working towards their school requirements. The program will entail learning about nutrition for equines, and the parts of the horse, and how the horse’s body works. Participants will have hands on experience grooming, learning about the tack and how to properly tack a horse. Throughout the program participants will gain the skills to work hands-on with the horses and lead them through obstacle courses within our indoor arena, and much more.

Not only will participants receive benefits for school, they will also be able to work on social skills amongst peers, mentorship, and building self-confidence through working alongside our horses and staff.

This program is offered during the school year. Participants are asked to dress appropriately for the weather and barn environment (i.e. closed toed shoes, long pants, clothes that you won’t mind getting dirty!) During the winter time there are heated classrooms where activities will be held. This program is taught by Trish Gosselin, Riding Center Director, MA Licensed Instructor

Please call Trish directly for more information at 508-697-7557 ext. 14!
Cost:$50.00 per week
Length:Thursdays 10:00am - 12:00pm
Location:Polishook Riding Center
Policies:Please contact Trish Gosselin at 508-697-7557 ext: 14 for more information and to schedule your lessons.

THIS PROGRAM IS NOT IN CAMP MINDER!
PLEASE CALL THE RIDING CENTER DIRECTLY TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT!