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Trinity Farm Easter Egg Hunt

Social distancing approved!

Easter Egg Hunt- Easter Sunday

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Join us for a drive thru egg hunt - eye spy style! 100% from the safety and comfort of your own vehicle. Drive into the barn, visit the Trinity Farm therapy horses and count how many eggs you can spot.

Social distancing approved

100% touch free

No parking

No restrooms available today

Please do not honk

Please remember the horses are welcoming you into their home

Tune in to: 96.7FM to listen to Trinity Farm Radio!

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Trinity Farm is a nonprofit organization that provides sport and recreational riding lessons to individuals with and without special needs. We believe that the world should be inclusive- and we're starting right here, right now, building friendships and experiences out of a shared love of horses.

We're so glad you came to visit. We'd like to invite you back to one of our other public events like Boo at the Barn our annual Halloween celebration. You can find out more about events and riding lessons on our website!

Thank you for coming!

2021: Cylee & Jaxen found all 107 eggs and claimed their prizes including Trinity Farm gear and Pony Bucks!

History of the event... 2020 & the COVID-19 shutdown allowed us tons of opportunities to demonstrate some of Trinity Farm's creative problem solving skills! Adaptive riding is all about seeing possibilities where others see road blocks. The COVID shut down made us miss our students and crave the social activities we had taken for granted.

It was such a joy to hear laughter in the barn again. We heard little ones practicing animal noises and siblings working together to count on both sides of the barn aisle. Trinity Farm had only been closed a month and no one could predict how 2020 would impact the farm and our riders but day after day, event after event, the farm continued our mission of serving the community.

Wow! What an fun afternoon. Thank you for joining us! We had 105 vehicles drive through the barn on Easter Sunday looking for the 85 giant eggs we had hidden from stall to ceiling.

~The closest guess submitted was 79 by the Pruett Family. ~