Kristin, New staff, in the tack room with the new Skylight
What a peaceful place
Covid 19 and the times have changed.
Benni doing stretches
Benni doing her warm up stretches.
Sici easy trot
Sici loves to "easy trot"!
Bruce cleaning Honey's feet
Bruce cleaning his horses feet.
Vet, Jessica w vet truck
This is Jessica, one of the veterinarians from Exact Equine. They help us make sure that our horses are in the best possible health.
Guess what Lauren's favorite color might
Hayden having fun at the spring horse show.
Sanaa at the spring horse show
Many of Partners' students rode in the spring horse show. Here is Sanaa, and she won a medal!
Red Light Green light with Airbnb family
It takes a village!
Jade & Murphy
Jason & Max
JT and Mater
It seems Partners also has a therapy dog! This is JT with Samantha's dog, Mater.
Therapy horse, Max & the new item.
Therapeutic riding horses, while very well mannered, need to check out new items in their workplace before the therapy lesson.
Claire, new to therapeutic riding
Partners therapeutic riding has room for more students.
Katelyn riding Oly
Katelyn likes to direct her therapeutic riding lessons. Many students like to have some options to choose during their therapy lessons.
Feel my nose?
Seeing impaired students get a chance to meet the therapy horses and take a ride.
Sophia and her therapeutic riding team, including her family.
Logan & physical therapist, Erin
Erin is a physical therapist and a certified therapeutic riding instructor.
All ready to ride.
Thumbs up for Saturday.
Horse show 2014
Ben and the team
Haley, Ben and Instructor, Samantha
Liam and Scarlet
Will she be my friend?
Let me feel your nose.
The horse can be my eyes.
Kayden & Devon
Saturday Lesson, May 2014
My horse is my legs.
Brett Morey & Ace
Bret is the president of the La Jolla Golden Triangle Rotary Club 2013-2014
Jesse and Ace
Ace, a possible new therapy horse, on his first student outing.
Perhaps my helmet needs adjusting before my therapeutic riding lesson?
Never too young to start
Therapeutic riding lessons are available for children as young as two years of age.
Can you say flower?
Brooke and Murphy at Calnet
Calnet is a Southern California therapeutic riding horse show, held at Griffith Park in Los Angeles.
Mathew and Murphy
Therapy horse, Murphy, ever patient
Here's Brooke three years later.
Two horse show judges
Partners Therapeutic Horsemanship horse show
Horse show line up
All of them are stars.
Bobbi and Karen
Saddle cleaning day.
Grooming teaches students responsibility, by learning to take care of their therapy horses.
Jared and his team
Therapeutic riding volunteers, Janet ,Megan, Karen and Blake
Shane and Sly in flight
The goal of Partners Therapeutic Horsemanship is to encourage students to reach their potential in therapeutic riding. Shane has gone on to compete against able bodied riders in jumping and dressage.
Thank you Sherman
Lynda steered with her feet.
In memory of Lynda, who taught us to provide therapeutic riding lessons by thinking outside the box.
Cody and the tractor
Riding of a different kind
Mugging for the camera
Vincent at sunset
The goats don't seem to be minding their therapeutic riding instructor!
Ben with Jessica and Shane
Therapeutic riding instructor, Jessica, has additional training to interact with children on the autism spectrum.
Listening for instructions.
Jake and Murphy
A picture is worth a thousand words.
Shane and Claire
Here's a more grown up Claire, 4 Years later.
Therapy horses, Murphy & Sly
Murphy reassuring a nervous Sly.
Ellie with students