Strides Toward Independence
Our new limestone outdoor arena includes accessible design features that considers the full range of human diversity with respect to ability, language, culture, gender, age and other forms of human difference. An inclusive riding space provides the "just right" level of challenge to our riders. Riding indoors allows our Instructors to shield riders from sensory input that may be distracting when we are first learning to ride, keeping the focus on learning new safe techniques and fostering beginning relationships with horses. As our riders progress and develop a deeper love of their sport they are ready to explore nature with their 4 legged friends. A stepping stone to trail riding or galloping across an open field is an outdoor arena, large enough to spread their wings, but still with all the comforts of the nest. An outdoor arena at Trinity Farm will give our riders of all abilities and opportunity to interact with each other and do what all people want to do; ride!
Can You See What I See?
The 70ft x 80ft outdoor arena is wheelchair accessible and has multiple areas for spectators to cheer on our riders. Guests can share in the experience by being up close to the action.
Our partnership with Crestwood Youth Softball & Baseball has allowed us to kick off the project! Their generous donation of $1,000 put us a quarter of the way to our fundraising goal!
Ohio's weather can't stop us now!
Up until now, we've had to stay inside and wait for the ground to dry. All-weather footing means comfort and stability for our horses and riders as soon as the sun comes out.
Sponsors & Smiles
Donations toward our outdoor arena campaign can be made in person or online as personal contributions or cooperate and are tax deductible. Trinity Farm Therapeutic Equestrian Center a 501(c)3 serving North East Ohio since 2010.