Working with Camp Akeela kids has been amazing! Such wonderful bonds between horses and riders, and riders and volunteers! Camp Akeela kids have truly touched our hearts. ❤🐴 We can’t wait to meet the next session of riders and start the magic all over again!
High Horses is looking to grow its program offerings, and needs to expand its physical facilities. If you are aware of any equestrian properties, or cleared land of at least 15 acres, within 15 miles of the I89/91 interchange, that is for sale or has any donation potential, our Executive Director, Nicole Jorgensen, would love […]
Campers from Thetford’s Akeela Camp struggle to make meaningful social connections with peers. The campers need practice and guidance in reading non-verbal cues, exhibiting conversational empathy, or understanding social nuances. Each and every camper is different, so camp Akeela chooses not to follow one specific social skills curriculum or therapeutic approach. Instead, they work with families to understand exactly what […]
Nicole Jorgensen, has accepted the position of Executive Director, beginning June 15th. We were lucky to have had several well qualified people to consider and have every confidence that Nicole will fit in well with our program. She has extensive nonprofit experience with Make a Wish Foundation in Utah, and the Muscular Dystrophy Association, based […]
On Wednesday April 22nd High Horses had a small group of children come visit from the Vershire Community Library. The group had visited the Vermont Morgan Horse Farm the day before. The group got to meet our horses Mitch & Buddy before lessons. The group was observant and inquisitive, the children watched a bit of two lessons […]
Hard Work on High Horses For 15 years, High Horses Therapeutic Riding Program at Brookside Farm in Wilder, Vt., has been offering equestrian opportunities to kids with unique needs. To read more pick up your free copy in the Upper Valley or visit their site. http://uppervalleylife.com/site/ks-in-this-issue/
High Horses, a leading provider of therapeutic riding programs in northern New England, is seeking an Executive Director. The ideal candidate will possess proven strategic leadership talents, community relations/growth and development abilities, organizational and financial management experience, and a passion for community service, to expand our programs and state of the art facilities. firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Newsletter is hot off the presses! Find out what area businesses think of volunteering with us. “Our associates that volunteer at High Horses to support the Therapeutic Riding program are passionate about the work they do.” To read more – click the link below. High Horses Newsletter Winter Spring 2015 1A
High Horses Therapeutic Riding Program Cordially Invites You to Our Volunteer Appreciation and Education Event Monday March 23, 2015 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Light Refreshments Will Be Provided Community Room Montshire Museum of Science Norwich, VT This casual evening will include a forum where you can share your experiences and questions with a panel […]
We have unmounted sessions too if riding is not something you want to do. In these sessions, we: brush the horse feed the horse learn about horse care and more Contact us for more information.