Programs

NWTRC provides horsemanship and riding lessons to people of all ages and abilities. Each individual's goals are targeted in group and private lessons taught by PATH Intl. certified instructors.

COVID-19 Phases, Policies & Procedures

Thank you for your patience as we navigate a slow start to resuming classes.
We know everyone is looking forward to coming back. We are doing our best to serve those we can during each phase. We appreciate your flexibility and understanding. What a great day it will be to see everyone’s smiling faces back at the barn and back in the saddle!

Services will be offered using a phased entry approach. Phases and their descriptions will be detailed below. 

  • Sanitizing and social distancing procedures will be implemented for everyone’s safety.
  • Policies and procedures outlined in this plan are subject to change at any time, based on local, federal, industry and insurance mandates that are issued, or suggested.
  • All volunteers and riders wishing to resume sometime in 2020 must complete Returning Participant Assessment or the Returning Volunteer Assessment.
  • Everyone coming to NWTRC must complete the NEW Liability Release form that includes risks of COVID-19. Other paperwork will need to be updated as well, if over a year old, prior to resuming.
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2021 Session Schedule

~Spring Session: April 13-May 28 (7 weeks)

~Summer Session 1: June 22-July 19 (4 weeks)

~Summer Session 2: July 20-August 16 (4 weeks)

~Fall Session: September 14- October 22 (6 weeks)

To sign up for lessons, contact Julia: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Horsemanship Program

NWTRC offers sessions during the spring, summer and fall.

Each participant signs up for one group lesson a week for the session. Groups consist of two to four participants.

During these sessions participants enjoy interacting with their horse, other participants, and specially trained staff members and volunteers, all while gaining multiple physical, emotional and social benefits, and learning horsemanship skills.

NWTRC also offers limited private lessons during the late fall and winter months.

Lesson Information:

  • Session fees are due the first week of each session.
  • Cancellation policy is strictly adhered to.
  • Participants must have submitted a completed registration packet.
  • Participants with Down Syndrome must have AtlantoDens Interval X-rays.
  • Everyone must sign a liability release to be on the premises.
  • Riders must have appropriate footwear, clothes and a well fitting approved riding helmet. (Helmet must be ASTM/SEI approved and in good condition. Lightweight helmets may be used according to the guidelines in the PATH Intl. Standards and Accreditation Manual.)

For more information on lessons contact the NWTRC.

NWTRC Policies and Procedures Manual