Events

 

Upcoming Events: See below for a list of upcoming events and reference the calendar above for additional details.

 

VOLUNTEER TRAININGS

UPCOMING DATES TBA

High and Mighty  Therapeutic Riding and Driving Center Volunteer Training

Learn to assist people through equine assisted activities!!! Horse experience is great but not a requirement.Only one training is needed. Please wear sturdy shoes and be prepared to be outdoors. Age 14+

Please email info@high-n-mighty.org or call 518-672-4202 for more information.

 

 

HORSEPLAY CAMP

Horseplay Camp is an all abilities summer program for children and teens with and without special needs. The camp incorporates a variety of mounted and unmounted equine activities such as riding, driving, horse handling, grooming, stable chores, barn management. All activities emphasize self-development and team building. Students participate in herd observation and study to develop communication, safety, and horsemanship skills. Additional activities include music, movement, drama, arts and crafts.  Each camper leaves their unique “hoof print” on the farm, such as additions to the sensory trail, games for other campers, and signage for our trail system. We emphasize responsible stewardship practices for our Earth, teaching and practicing ways in which to respect, preserve and protect our natural environment.

All camp days go from 9AM-2PM. NEW THIS YEAR~ONE CAMPFIRE NIGHT!!!

Dates: Each camp is a week long program-July 11-15 or July 18-22 or August 1-5 or August 8-12

Cost is $250 per week, scholarships available. Please call 518-672-4202 or email info@high-n-mighty.org to register.

HORSE SHOW PREPARATION

 Aug.29-Sept.2 ~ Sign up for one 2 hour slot during this period covers:games, riding, driving, drill team, tack cleaning, horse handling and grooming.

HORSE SHOW

Sept. 10 2016 ~ MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW!

Check out our Caroling to horses
A fun day for all was had this holiday when our High & Mighty faithful came out to lend their beautiful voices to sing to our herd.  Even Santa stopped by!