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We are going to open up some volunteer opportunities for families to sign up and complete solo!(safe distance and practices) We'll provide the supplies where necessary, or you can bring your own. Sign up for activies you are comfortable with!

Big Project Volunteer Day:

July 18th from 9am-1pm. You're invited to our work day. Bring your work gloves & painting clothes and stay for some hot dogs! Junior Volunteers must be accompanied by an adult.

Junior Volunteer Camp:

Hold on for more news... Availability is TBD. Thank you for understanding.

We're bringing back a farm favorite from 2014! You asked for it- here it is! Wednesdays 9am-12pm! JV's are current riders at Trinity Farm and under the age of 14. $100 includes a t-shirt, non mounted games, equine education and tons of volunteer fun!

Ice Cream Social:

August 8, 2020, 3pm-5pm. It's Trinity Farm's 10 year anniversary. Come enjoy a "thank you for being a part of our history" ice cream social. Celebrate a decade of changing lives with horses!

Tack Sale:

August 9th, 2020, 10am-3pm. Come one - come all! Sell your tack/ clothing / crafts etc... Purchase gently used items at awesome prices! We are accepting donations to sell as a fundraiser for Trinity Farm. You can also get your own booth space and sell your items! (Indoor and outdoor space available!)

Special Olympics:

Ohio - Regional & State Games have been canceled for 2020 due to the pandemic.

Hinkley Equestrian Center:

September 19th & 20th 2020. Our friends at the Hinkley Equestrian Center are hosting a Mini Trial to benefit Trinity Farm Therapeutic Equestrian Center! Come volunteer! Come watch! Come ride! All are welcome. Sign ups and details to come.


The same lease program you love. New days and times available. Contact us today! Rider must fall into the Phase One category.

Trinity Farm Horse Show:


Mini Trials:

We do have all of the dates for the 2020 season, but nothing is set in stone. Please contact us if you have questions. It is our goal to allow our competitive riders to have offsite experiences that are safe and fun.

Look at what we've accomplished together!

What have we been up to during quarantine?

  • We've connected on social media using photos, videos and Facebook Live for Story Time to connect with riders, families & donors.
  • We've Zoomed with instructors and Executive Directors from PATH International therapeutic riding centers from all over the country to create policies and procedures for a safe reopening for the entire industry. 
  • We've kept the horses healthy and ready for riding lessons to resume.
  • We've written grants & done fundraising to help provide care to the horses during the pandemic.
  • We re-homed three horses to lower the expenses of the farm even though the decision was extremely difficult. Lex, Rowdy & Rosie. 
  • We've repaired fencing using recycled materials and cleaned the horse trailers to make sure reopening and programming isn't slowed down by operational needs.
  • We've planed worked our tails off for reopening and can't wait to see everyone!

Lesson Schedule:

We're so excited to see you!

COVID-19 update on 04/04/2020 10:30pm

Following the guidance the State of Ohio Trinity Farm will continue to suspend lessons. As soon as we are able to safely resume lessons and farm activities we will let you know. Madalyn, Katherine, Katelyn & Mila are all thinking of you guys and giving the horses extra attention on your behalf. We are currently looking for horse sponsors for the month of April. Check out the Horse Sponsor page for more info. We hope to see you all very soon!

Trinity Farm update on 03/17/2020 9:00pm

After careful consideration of COVID-19 public health guidance and recommendations from the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl), Trinity Farm Therapeutic Equestrian Center is temporarily suspending lessons, to resume during the week of April 6th 2020, unless otherwise determined.

During this time staff will continue to care for Trinity Farm's amazing herd of horses (and barn cats) and keep you updated and connected via social media posts.

We continue to reevaluate the situation on a daily basis and plan for the coming days and weeks. We will keep you updated with any changes. During challenging times, it is important to remember that we are all in this together. We are so grateful for the love and support of our valued Trinity Farm family. Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns. (330) 618-0654

Will you be reopening on April 6th?

Trinity Farm has postponed operations until at least April 6th. Will make a public statement on or before April 6th, about our plans for the following weeks. If we are able to resume lessons on April 6th we will be in touch with participants and volunteers by phone at least 48hrs in advance.

Where should I look for information?

Feel free to check our Facebook and Instagram.

Will you be rescheduling lessons?

No, participants will see credits applied to their future invoice. If you would like to donate your lesson fee or a separate donation to support the care of the herd during this trying time it would be greatly appreciated. You can do so via check, FB or paypal.

Can I still come volunteer with the horses?

No. Thank you for the offer. We have plans in place to ensure the continued comfort and safety of our herd.

How will this impact our show season?

It is too early to say, we will be reassessing the situation on April 6th. We hope to have a better idea of what our spring show season will look like at that time.

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