Horses are powerful animals. They build relationships with others based upon trust and respect. By riding and working around them our participants learn about compassion, strength and responsibility. For more information about therapeutic & adaptive riding and its many physical and emotional benefits please visit: www.pathintl.org
Horseback riding is physical, social and fun. On our way to learning riding techniques and horse care we have many opportunities to learn about ourselves as athletes. We discover independence, build confidence and learn to advocate for ourselves and the animals we care about.
Our riders have the option of competing on the Trinity Farm Equestrian Team. Team members compete in Special Olympics, dressage shows, obstacle courses, and eventing in the North East Ohio Mini Trial Association.
Group Volunteer Events
Volunteer with your business, school, or service group! Fence painting and other projects are always happening at the farm. Come get your hands dirty and know that you and your friends made a difference! (Volunteers that are minors must have a parent or guardian volunteer along side them.)
Community volunteers must be 16 years of age or older or attend with a guardian.
Trinity Farm riders are also volunteers. We have training classes and volunteer opportunities for all ages and abilities. Everyone can help.
Educational Days at Trinity Farm are a time for students of all abilities to deepen their understanding of horse care, and make new friends. Topics include veterinary care, dentistry, farrier visits and more!
Trinity Farm's caring and talented Instructors are certified by PATH International, an organization that prides its self in being the leader of safety in equine assisted activities and therapeutic riding across the globe. All instructors are also certified as Coaches by Special Olympics Ohio and by the Red Cross in CPR & First Aid.
Special Olympics: Equestrian Sports