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Holiday Schedule Our last day of classes will be December 20th. The barn will be closed from December 21 until we will resume classes again on January 8th. The horses are looking forward to a good long break! ... See MoreSee Less

Holiday Schedule Our last day of classes will be December 20th. The barn will be closed from December 21 until we will resume classes again on January 8th. The horses are looking forward to a good long break!

3 days ago

Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center

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Great picture, Carson!

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Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center

Equiclub students made pictures for their favorite horses. ... See MoreSee Less

Equiclub students made pictures for their favorite horses.Image attachment

6 days ago

Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center

A wonderful afternoon spent with our awesome volunteers. We held our annual holiday luncheon. The meeting room was transformed into a winter wonderland. Everyone enjoyed conversation and delicious food from K-Station Katering.
The beautiful and very tasty cake was provided by Jennifer Keiter.

A few stats so far for the year 2017

Volunteer hours: 22,000+

Longevity:
10-14 years = 26
15-19 years = 20
20-24 years = 8
25-29 years = 5
30 years = 1 (Dick Hambleton has been with us since June of 1987)

That’s 60 volunteers who have been with us for 10 years or more!

We are truly blessed and privileged to work alongside such dedicated and giving people. Without their big hearts and generosity we wouldn't be able to help so many in need.

THANK YOU TO EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU!!!!!
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Great group of people...wonderful lunch...thank you

What an amazing man Dick is.

It was such a nice event. You always make this lunch so special for us. Thank you for all the hard work, on our behalf. It says a lot about a place that you have so many of us that have stayed committed to your mission for all these years. I am continually thankful to be a part of this wonderful place.

So thankful for all of the wonderful volunteers at Fieldstone

That’s amazing! Bet you threw a great party for them... and God Bless Dick. He is incredible 💕

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Carson gains strength while having fun.

Carson’s disease makes it difficult for him to control his motions and balance every moment of every day. Participating in therapeutic horseback riding for the past seven years has changed his life, though. Carson has gained the strength, stability and stamina to help him better cope with daily living.

Carson spends a lot of time working with speech, physical and occupational therapists, and being able to work on his physical goals while having fun has been a major plus. Carson gets the workout that he needs without his even thinking about it. Any relief from the constant reminder of his illness is a welcome respite.

Shopping smile.amazon.com/ch/34-1310435 allows Fieldstone Farm to make this unique therapy possible for more than 1,000 children and adults each year. Amazon brings a #SeasonOfSmiles.
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Carson gains strength while having fun.

Carson’s disease makes it difficult for him to control his motions and balance every moment of every day. Participating in therapeutic horseback riding for the past seven years has changed his life, though. Carson has gained the strength, stability and stamina to help him better cope with daily living.  

Carson spends a lot of time working with speech, physical and occupational therapists, and being able to work on his physical goals while having fun has been a major plus. Carson gets the workout that he needs without his even thinking about it.  Any relief from the constant reminder of his illness is a welcome respite.

Shopping smile.amazon.com/ch/34-1310435 allows Fieldstone Farm to make this unique therapy possible for more than 1,000 children and adults each year.  Amazon brings a #SeasonOfSmiles.

 

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He's such a great young man. I enjoyed being a small part of his Fieldstone experience.