Unbelievably, both ponies pooped in the same square, #1, Congratulations Barry! There was some "spillage" into an adjacent square so that purchaser was eligible to receive a $25.oo consolation award.
Thank you so much to all who participated in these shenanigans, it was such a fun, fundraiser, maybe we will do it again next year!!
Pony Poop Bingo a Big Success!
We raised, thanks to all who participated, enough funds to feed hay to the horses for 3 months!!
Enhancing lives through the therapeutic power of the horse since 1993. Read more about Equi-Ed.
Equi-Ed offers year-round programming in riding and horsemanship. Each is specially designed to enhance the therapeutic, social and educational benefits equine assisted activities has to offer individuals. Students of all ages and backgrounds participate in riding and horsemanship as well as competition opportunities if they are so inclined.
Equi-Ed offers to students with and without disabilities who participate in therapeutic riding, the opportunity to experience physical, emotional, and mental benefits. Read more about becoming a student.
Therapeutic riding helps students become healthier as it increases balance, muscle control and strength. Horseback riding gently and rhythmically moves the human body in a manner similar to the human walking gait thereby providing the upper and lower body sensation and mental image of walking. It stimulates passive exercise, which increases cardiovascular, muscular and respiratory strength.
With great anticipation we are looking forward to offering a Spring riding session of 10 weeks beginning April 12, 2021! Continuing to follow public health recommendations and COVID19 guidelines we will be able to serve riders who are our most independent, relying at most upon a horse handler/spotter.
Our virtual winter program 'Zooming With My Barn Buddies" which concluded in early March was a lot of fun and a new way of connecting! Many of the activities remain available and accessible to everyone, go to the Programs tab and click on Barn Buddies!
Your continued support is so appreciated during this time when our lesson program has had to reduce students and we’ve had to cancel or postpone fundraisers. For the smaller number of students we are able to serve, scholarship funds are much needed for many struggling families. And, our Horse Care and Retirement Fund which helps support the special needs and general care of the horses providing feed and care for the horses always has need of support. Please consider making a contribution to https://www.equi-ed.org/donate to help in any way you may find possible. Your gift is deeply appreciated.