FREEDOM REINS WELCOMES YOU
Through horses there is Hope
Freedom Reins’ mission is to provide an inclusive and welcoming environment for equine-assisted activities and therapies to empower individuals with a vast range of needs. The program is dedicated to using the power of horses, teams, and communities to improve the lives of all ages, means, and challenges through the experience and extraordinary benefits of therapeutic riding and activities. These challenges include behavioral, social, emotional, cognitive, and physical challenges. Freedom Reins will operate three seasons of the year in an outdoor arena.
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May 5th, 2022
Freedom Reins is currently accepting applications for participants and volunteers for the second session starting June 5th, 2022. If you would like more information about participating or volunteering; or would like to sign up, contact Freedom Reins
Session 2 dates run June 5th -July 11th weather permitting.
PARTNERSHIP WITH KEENE KIDS!
April 1, 2022
Keene Housing Kids Collaborative is just as excited as we are to announce a partnership! Just Like Us, KHKC is dedicated to supporting our local community! Check out their Facebook page to learn more about the joys of this Non-Profit
May 15th, 2022
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May 22nd, 2022
Our camp is designed for children ages 6-14 interested in learning about horses. Kiddos will learn the responsibility of taking care of a horse. Riding lessons will be included along with arts and crafts! Please email us to get registered.
6 week session
Lessons will be conducted in six-week sessions in private or semi-private settings which are individualized to each participant, taught by a PATH, International certified instructor, or instructor in training.
Helping The Community
Program Volunteers play a fundamental role in conducting safe horsemanship lessons and creating a safe environment for individuals to thrive. Horse experience is not required, Freedom Reins will provide the training.
What is it?
With our organization’s mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies for dealing with this challenge. Food Donation Drop-Off is something that we take very seriously, and our team is working each and every day to make a positive impact. Contact us to learn more about our commitment to this cause.
CONTACT FREEDOM REINS
Directions from Keene: from the traffic circle on-court street-7 eleven. Take 12A N/W Surry Road. 7 miles north green mailbox on the left side of the road, stay left on the driveway (split driveway) continue through the tree line. Parking is available and marked.
1140 Route 12A Surry, NH 03431