Sep
19
11:00 AM11:00

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Sep
19
3:30 PM15:30

Girl Power Session I

GIRL POWER (ages 11-13) teaches empowerment skills through unmounted activities with horses.  Students experience a safe, fun, and challenging environment to learn more about themselves, relationships with others and the world around them. Weekly themes
highlight life skills such as: asserting healthy boundaries, managing obstacles and distractions, effective communication, team building, and leadership.
 

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Sep
19
5:30 PM17:30

Horse Sense Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

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Sep
20
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 2 Session I

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Sep
21
3:30 PM15:30

Junior Mounted Archery Session I

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Sep
21
5:30 PM17:30

Mounted Archery for Adults Sesson I

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Sep
22
1:00 PM13:00

Barn Buddies 2 Session I

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Sep
24
10:00 AM10:00

Horse Sense (Adult Beginner) Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Sep
24
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 1 Session I

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Sep
25
3:30 PM15:30

Barn Buddies 1 Session I

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Sep
26
11:00 AM11:00

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Sep
26
3:30 PM15:30

Girl Power Session I

GIRL POWER (ages 11-13) teaches empowerment skills through unmounted activities with horses.  Students experience a safe, fun, and challenging environment to learn more about themselves, relationships with others and the world around them. Weekly themes
highlight life skills such as: asserting healthy boundaries, managing obstacles and distractions, effective communication, team building, and leadership.
 

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Sep
26
5:30 PM17:30

Horse Sense Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

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Sep
27
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 2 Session I

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Sep
28
3:30 PM15:30

Junior Mounted Archery Session I

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Sep
28
5:30 PM17:30

Mounted Archery for Adults Sesson I

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Sep
29
1:00 PM13:00

Barn Buddies 2 Session I

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Oct
1
10:00 AM10:00

Horse Sense (Adult Beginner) Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Oct
1
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 1 Session I

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Oct
2
3:30 PM15:30

Barn Buddies 1 Session I

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Oct
3
11:00 AM11:00

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Oct
3
3:30 PM15:30

Girl Power Session I

GIRL POWER (ages 11-13) teaches empowerment skills through unmounted activities with horses.  Students experience a safe, fun, and challenging environment to learn more about themselves, relationships with others and the world around them. Weekly themes
highlight life skills such as: asserting healthy boundaries, managing obstacles and distractions, effective communication, team building, and leadership.
 

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Oct
3
5:30 PM17:30

Horse Sense Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

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Oct
4
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 2 Session I

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Oct
5
3:30 PM15:30

Junior Mounted Archery Session I

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Oct
5
5:30 PM17:30

Mounted Archery for Adults Sesson I

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Oct
6
1:00 PM13:00

Barn Buddies 2 Session I

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Oct
8
10:00 AM10:00

Horse Sense (Adult Beginner) Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Oct
8
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 1 Session I

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Oct
9
3:30 PM15:30

Barn Buddies 1 Session I

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Oct
10
11:00 AM11:00

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Oct
10
3:30 PM15:30

Girl Power Session I

GIRL POWER (ages 11-13) teaches empowerment skills through unmounted activities with horses.  Students experience a safe, fun, and challenging environment to learn more about themselves, relationships with others and the world around them. Weekly themes
highlight life skills such as: asserting healthy boundaries, managing obstacles and distractions, effective communication, team building, and leadership.
 

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Oct
10
5:30 PM17:30

Horse Sense Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

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Oct
11
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 2 Session I

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Oct
12
3:30 PM15:30

Junior Mounted Archery Session I

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Oct
12
5:30 PM17:30

Mounted Archery for Adults Sesson I

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Oct
13
1:00 PM13:00

Barn Buddies 2 Session I

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Oct
15
10:00 AM10:00

Horse Sense (Adult Beginner) Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Oct
15
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 1 Session I

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Oct
16
3:30 PM15:30

Barn Buddies 1 Session I

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Oct
17
11:00 AM11:00

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Oct
17
3:30 PM15:30

Girl Power Session I

GIRL POWER (ages 11-13) teaches empowerment skills through unmounted activities with horses.  Students experience a safe, fun, and challenging environment to learn more about themselves, relationships with others and the world around them. Weekly themes
highlight life skills such as: asserting healthy boundaries, managing obstacles and distractions, effective communication, team building, and leadership.
 

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Oct
17
5:30 PM17:30

Horse Sense Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

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Oct
18
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 2 Session I

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Oct
19
3:30 PM15:30

Junior Mounted Archery Session I

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Oct
19
5:30 PM17:30

Mounted Archery for Adults Session I

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Oct
20
1:00 PM13:00

Barn Buddies 2 Session I

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Nov
5
10:00 AM10:00

Horse Sense (Adult Beginner) Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Nov
5
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 1 Session II

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Nov
6
3:30 PM15:30

Barn Buddies 1 Session II

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Nov
7
11:00 AM11:00

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Nov
7
3:30 PM15:30

Girl Power Session II

GIRL POWER (ages 11-13) teaches empowerment skills through unmounted activities with horses.  Students experience a safe, fun, and challenging environment to learn more about themselves, relationships with others and the world around them.

Weekly themes highlight life skills such as: asserting healthy boundaries, managing obstacles and distractions, effective communication, team building, and leadership.
 

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Nov
7
5:30 PM17:30

Horse Sense Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

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Nov
8
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 2 Session II

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Nov
9
3:30 PM15:30

Junior Mounted Archery Session II

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Nov
9
5:30 PM17:30

Mounted Archery for Adults Session II

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Nov
10
1:00 PM13:00

Barn Buddies 2 Session II

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Nov
12
10:00 AM10:00

Horse Sense (Adult Beginner) Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Nov
12
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 1 Session II

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Nov
13
3:30 PM15:30

Barn Buddies 1 Session II

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Nov
14
11:00 AM11:00

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Nov
14
3:30 PM15:30

Girl Power Session II

GIRL POWER (ages 11-13) teaches empowerment skills through unmounted activities with horses.  Students experience a safe, fun, and challenging environment to learn more about themselves, relationships with others and the world around them.

Weekly themes highlight life skills such as: asserting healthy boundaries, managing obstacles and distractions, effective communication, team building, and leadership.
 

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Nov
14
5:30 PM17:30

Horse Sense Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

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Nov
15
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 2 Session II

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Nov
16
3:30 PM15:30

Junior Mounted Archery Session II

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Nov
16
5:30 PM17:30

Mounted Archery for Adults Session II

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Nov
17
1:00 PM13:00

Barn Buddies 2 Session II

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Nov
26
10:00 AM10:00

Horse Sense (Adult Beginner) Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Nov
26
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 1 Session II

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Nov
27
3:30 PM15:30

Barn Buddies 1 Session II

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Nov
28
11:00 AM11:00

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Nov
28
3:30 PM15:30

Girl Power Session II

GIRL POWER (ages 11-13) teaches empowerment skills through unmounted activities with horses.  Students experience a safe, fun, and challenging environment to learn more about themselves, relationships with others and the world around them.

Weekly themes highlight life skills such as: asserting healthy boundaries, managing obstacles and distractions, effective communication, team building, and leadership.
 

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Nov
28
5:30 PM17:30

Horse Sense Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

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Nov
29
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 2 Session II

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Nov
30
3:30 PM15:30

Junior Mounted Archery Session II

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Nov
30
5:30 PM17:30

Mounted Archery for Adults Session II

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Dec
1
1:00 PM13:00

Barn Buddies 2 Session II

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Dec
3
10:00 AM10:00

Horse Sense (Adult Beginner) Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Dec
3
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 1 Session II

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Dec
4
3:30 PM15:30

Barn Buddies 1 Session II

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Dec
5
11:00 AM11:00

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Dec
5
3:30 PM15:30

Girl Power Session II

GIRL POWER (ages 11-13) teaches empowerment skills through unmounted activities with horses.  Students experience a safe, fun, and challenging environment to learn more about themselves, relationships with others and the world around them.

Weekly themes highlight life skills such as: asserting healthy boundaries, managing obstacles and distractions, effective communication, team building, and leadership.
 

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Dec
5
5:30 PM17:30

Horse Sense Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

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Dec
6
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 2 Session II

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Dec
7
3:30 PM15:30

Junior Mounted Archery Session II

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Dec
7
5:30 PM17:30

Mounted Archery for Adults Session II

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Dec
8
1:00 PM13:00

Barn Buddies 2 Session II

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Dec
10
10:00 AM10:00

Horse Sense (Adult Beginner) Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Dec
10
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 1 Session II

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Dec
11
3:30 PM15:30

Barn Buddies 1 Session II

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Dec
12
11:00 AM11:00

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Dec
12
3:30 PM15:30

Girl Power Session II

GIRL POWER (ages 11-13) teaches empowerment skills through unmounted activities with horses.  Students experience a safe, fun, and challenging environment to learn more about themselves, relationships with others and the world around them.

Weekly themes highlight life skills such as: asserting healthy boundaries, managing obstacles and distractions, effective communication, team building, and leadership.
 

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Dec
12
5:30 PM17:30

Horse Sense Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

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Dec
13
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 2 Session II

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Dec
14
3:30 PM15:30

Junior Mounted Archery Session II

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Dec
14
5:30 PM17:30

Mounted Archery for Adults Session II

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Dec
15
1:00 PM13:00

Barn Buddies 2 Session II

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Dec
17
10:00 AM10:00

Horse Sense (Adult Beginner) Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Dec
17
3:30 PM15:30

Pals 1 Session II

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Dec
18
3:30 PM15:30

Barn Buddies 1 Session II

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Dec
19
11:00 AM11:00

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Dec
19
3:30 PM15:30

Girl Power Session II

GIRL POWER (ages 11-13) teaches empowerment skills through unmounted activities with horses.  Students experience a safe, fun, and challenging environment to learn more about themselves, relationships with others and the world around them.

Weekly themes highlight life skills such as: asserting healthy boundaries, managing obstacles and distractions, effective communication, team building, and leadership.
 

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Dec
19
5:30 PM17:30

Horse Sense Session II

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

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Dec
20
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 2 Session II

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Dec
21
3:30 PM15:30

Junior Mounted Archery Session II

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Dec
21
5:30 PM17:30

Mounted Archery for Adults Session II

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Dec
22
1:00 PM13:00

Barn Buddies 2 Session II

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Sep
18
3:30 PM15:30

Barn Buddies 1 Session I

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Sep
17
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 1 Session I

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Sep
17
10:00 AM10:00

Horse Sense (Adult Beginner) Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Sep
15
1:00 PM13:00

Barn Buddies 2 Session I

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Sep
14
5:30 PM17:30

Mounted Archery for Adults Session I

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Sep
14
3:30 PM15:30

Junior Mounted Archery Session I

MOUNTED ARCHERY (Juniors and Adults) Mounted archery is a partnership of horse and rider like no other. It is an exciting interaction in which riders experience the thrill of navigating a horse, without reins, through a course, while loading and shooting arrows at a target.

This is a class for more experienced riders age 13 and up. For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Sep
13
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 2 Session I

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Sep
12
5:30 PM17:30

Horse Sense Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

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Sep
12
3:30 PM15:30

Girl Power Session I

GIRL POWER (ages 11-13) teaches empowerment skills through unmounted activities with horses.  Students experience a safe, fun, and challenging environment to learn more about themselves, relationships with others and the world around them. Weekly themes
highlight life skills such as: asserting healthy boundaries, managing obstacles and distractions, effective communication, team building, and leadership.
 

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Sep
12
11:00 AM11:00

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Sep
11
3:30 PM15:30

Barn Buddies 1 Session I

BARN BUDDIES is our horsemanship program for those students who are more experienced and have progressed from Pony Pals.  This  program continues the development of basic skills related to horse care and barn management, unmounted, as well as mounted activities. Students develop self- awareness and improved communication and problem-solving skills with their peers, as well as their horses. Classes  will be organized by skill level and age.

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Sep
10
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals 1 Session I

PONY  PALS  is our beginner  horsemanship  program.  Students learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Pony Pals is an introduction to horse body language, leading, mounting and dismounting, as well as, basic communication with the horse while on the ground and in the saddle. Classes will be organized by skill level and age.

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Sep
10
10:00 AM10:00

Horse Sense (Adult Beginner) Session I

HORSE SENSE (ages 14 and up) is our horsemanship program for teens and adults. Our six-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students focus on the horse’s body language to learn how these prey animals naturally move and communicate. This way of teaching goes beyond handling horses and students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Note: some sessions might involve only unmounted activities.

Horse Sense (Adult Advanced) is designed for students who can walk/trot independently.  For more information contact Rebecca Miller, our Program Director, at rebecca@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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Yoga Camp at Misty Meadows with Jen Delorenzo
Aug
27
to Aug 31

Yoga Camp at Misty Meadows with Jen Delorenzo

Yoga Camp at Misty Meadows with Jen Delorenzo

Explore and connect and expand in a yogic environment on a magnificent farm with amazing horses and beautiful open pastures, barn practices, full of fun, friendship, learning and adventure.  For grades 1-7. $235 per session from 9am to 2pm

Please contact Jen Delorenzo to register at jcdelorenzo@gmail.com

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Pony Polooza at Misty Meadows
Aug
11
10:00 AM10:00

Pony Polooza at Misty Meadows

  • Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center (map)
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Come to Misty Meadows for a fun family event surrounded by our wonderful ponies.   We will be having a giant maze, a scavenger hunt, unmounted games, face painting, hippity hop races and, of course, pony rides.  This is going to be a fun filled day for the whole family, with light snacks and beverages provided. For kids 4 and up.  $20 per child. No registration necessary.    For more info: info@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Creative Connections--The Brush is an Extension of Our Arms
Aug
10
9:00 AM09:00

Creative Connections--The Brush is an Extension of Our Arms

CREATIVE CONNECTIONS …
Unleash Your Creative Fire This Summer!
at Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center

 DARCIE LEE HANAWAY
The Brush is an Extension of Our Arms
A workshop of Intuitive Painting in the Meadows

Darcie Lee Hanaway has a bachelor of Fine Arts from Rhode Island College, is a Master Gardener and yogateacher. She is inspired by the creative experience, energy movement and using creative modalities for healing.

9am ~ Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) Experience
10am-Noon ~ Creative Expression
Refreshments


$125 for one experience or $400 for all four sessions.
For more information or to register, please email info@mvhorsecenter.com or
call 508-338-7198
 

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Creative Connections--Writing to Heighten the Senses in Nature
Aug
3
9:00 AM09:00

Creative Connections--Writing to Heighten the Senses in Nature

CREATIVE CONNECTIONS …
Unleash Your Creative Fire This Summer!
at Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center


 LARA O’BRIEN
Writing to Heighten the Senses in Nature
Letting nature take the lead: write, explore, discover

Irish author and writing workshop facilitator, Lara O’Brien, will guide you to write about what matters most to you, your life and your relationships. Connect to nature and explore your story. www.laraobrien.com

9am ~ Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) Experience
10am-Noon ~ Creative Expression
Refreshments


$125 for one experience or $400 for all four sessions.
For more information or to register, please email info@mvhorsecenter.com or
call 508-338-7198
 

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Creative Connections--Energy Moving and Color
Jul
27
9:00 AM09:00

Creative Connections--Energy Moving and Color

CREATIVE CONNECTIONS …
Unleash Your Creative Fire This Summer!
at Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center

DARCIE LEE HANAWAY
Energy Moving and Color
A workshop of Intuitive Painting

Darcie Lee Hanaway has a bachelor of Fine Arts from Rhode Island College, is a Master Gardener and yoga teacher. She is inspired by the creative experience, energy movement and using creative modalities for healing.

9am ~ Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) Experience
10am-Noon ~ Creative Expression
Refreshments


$125 for one experience or $400 for all four sessions.
For more information or to register, please email info@mvhorsecenter.com or
call 508-338-7198
 

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Misty Meadows Horseless Horse Show
Jul
21
10:00 AM10:00

Misty Meadows Horseless Horse Show

A fun, family event for kids ages 4 and up. You don’t always need horses to have fun. We will be having jumping classes for kids, and walk/trot classes. And the fun doesn’t stop there!  We will also be having horse painting, a pony fashion show, and pony rides. Light snacks and beverages will be provided. Admission is $20 per child. No registration required. For more information: email info@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198

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Writing to Explore Relationships and Interests in Horses & Nature
Jul
20
9:00 AM09:00

Writing to Explore Relationships and Interests in Horses & Nature

CREATIVE CONNECTIONS …
Unleash Your Creative Fire This Summer!
at Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center 

LARA O’BRIEN
Writing to Explore Relationship/Interest
in Horses & Nature
Write, listen, share and connect

Irish author and writing workshop facilitator, Lara O’Brien, will guide you to write about what matters most to you, your life and your relationships. Connect to nature and explore your story. www.laraobrien.com

9am ~ Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) Experience
10am-Noon ~ Creative Expression
Refreshments


$125 for one experience or $400 for all four sessions.
For more information or to register, please email info@mvhorsecenter.com or
call 508-338-7198
 

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MAGIC AT MISTY
Jun
23
10:00 AM10:00

MAGIC AT MISTY

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Experience the MAGIC AT MISTY... to benefit the Martha's Vineyard Community Horse Center. Help us bring the power of horses to our community! Come join the fun Saturday, June 23rd from 10am-2pm. Tickets $20/person or $30/family.

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MAGIC AT MISTY
Jun
22
5:00 PM17:00

MAGIC AT MISTY

  • Martha's Vineyard Community Horse Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Experience the MAGIC AT MISTY... to benefit the Martha's Vineyard Community Horse Center. Help us bring the power of horses to our community! Come join the fun Friday, June 22nd from 5pm-9pm & Saturday, June 23rd from 10am-2pm.

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Jun
2
1:00 PM13:00

Barn Buddies III (Age 10-13) Afternoon Group

Our eight-week program (starts January 8th) delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students learn the language of horses along with the way in which a prey animal thinks and reacts. From these experiences, students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Students also learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Students gain a solid foundation of horsemanship to continue their riding education, as well as skills that can be helpful in all aspects of life. All classes are age-appropriate. For more information, call us at 508-338-7198 or email info@mvhorsecenter.com.

 

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Jun
2
10:00 AM10:00

Barn Buddies III (Age 10-13)

Our eight-week program (starts January 8th) delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students learn the language of horses along with the way in which a prey animal thinks and reacts. From these experiences, students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Students also learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Students gain a solid foundation of horsemanship to continue their riding education, as well as skills that can be helpful in all aspects of life. All classes are age-appropriate. For more information, call us at 508-338-7198 or email info@mvhorsecenter.com.

 

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Jun
1
3:30 PM15:30

Barn Buddies II (Age 10-13)

Our eight-week program (starts January 8th) delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students learn the language of horses along with the way in which a prey animal thinks and reacts. From these experiences, students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Students also learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Students gain a solid foundation of horsemanship to continue their riding education, as well as skills that can be helpful in all aspects of life. All classes are age-appropriate. For more information, call us at 508-338-7198 or email info@mvhorsecenter.com.

 

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May
31
3:30 PM15:30

Pony Pals (Age 7-9)

Our Spring 2018 program runs from April 2, 2018 through June 2, 2018. Program fee is $240. Note that some weekly sessions will only include unmounted activities. There will be no class on April April 19.  Last class will be on May 31.

Our eight-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students learn the language of horses along with the way in which a prey animal thinks and reacts. From these experiences, students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Students also learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Students gain a solid foundation of horsemanship to continue their riding education, as well as skills that can be helpful in all aspects of life. All classes are age-appropriate.

For more information, call us at 508-338-7198 or email info@mvhorsecenter.com

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May
30
5:30 PM17:30

Horse Sense (Age 14-Adult)

Our Spring 2018 program runs from April 2, 2018 through June 2, 2018. Program fee is $240. Note that some weekly sessions will only include unmounted activities. There will be no class on April 18.  Last class will be on May 30.

Our eight-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students learn the language of horses along with the way in which a prey animal thinks and reacts. From these experiences, students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Students also learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Students gain a solid foundation of horsemanship to continue their riding education, as well as skills that can be helpful in all aspects of life. All classes are age-appropriate.

For more information, call us at 508-338-7198 or email info@mvhorsecenter.com

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May
30
3:30 PM15:30

Girl Power Age (10-13)

Our Spring 2018 program runs from April 2, 2018 through June 2, 2018. Program fee is $240.  There will be no class on April 18.  Last class is  on May 30, 2018.

Girl Power teaches empowerment skills through unmounted activities with horses.  Students experience a safe, fun and challenging environment to learn more about themselves, relationships with others, and the world around them.  Weekly themes highlight life skills such as:  asserting healthy boundaries, managing obstacles and distractions, effective communication, team building and leadership.  

For more information, call us at 508-338-7198 or email info@mvhorsecenter.com

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