The Lanark County Therapeutic Riding Program

A Division of Lanark Community Programs, a part of Lanark Renfrew Health & Community Services

 

 

What is therapeutic riding?

Therapeutic Riding is a unique and holistic approach to therapy, rehabilitation and recreation. The Lanark County Therapeutic Riding Program (LCTRP) provides a safe environment introducing disabled children and adults to the Benefits and joys of the healing powers of the horse. The team consists of Instructors who are certified through the Canadian Therapeutic Riding Association, enthusiastic Volunteers who offer their expertise and caring and, of course, our wonderful Horses!

 

 

What's New?

 Spring Trail Ride

Ride the Fields & Forest & Obstacle/Trail Class

Sunday, May 15

Click here for more information and Registration  & Waiver forms
 

Paint Night, Almonte

May 17, 7 pm at the Barley Mow Restaurant

Tickets $45

Reservations: 613-257-7121 x 238

Paint Day for Riders

(Riders must be supervised)

Sold Out

Sunday, May 1 at the

Perth Museum 2-4

Tickets $30 per child

Reservations:

613-257-7121 x 238

 

   

Greetings to Riders, Families and Volunteers

of the Riding Program!

Another season of Therapeutic Riding is just around the corner. In fact, 2016 marks our 31st year of offering therapeutic riding lessons in and around Lanark County!  On that note - we would like to offer a great big thank-you to all of you who participate and continue to support the program year after year!

Therapeutic Riding includes so many other wonderful people who selflessly give so much of their time and energy to keep our program running. It is a humbling experience working with such amazing people and I am very, very privileged to be able to do so.  

The lessons are once again being held in Perth; and, we are proud to announce that our other location has been moved to Beckwith Township at the Ashland Farm on the Derry Road.  Direction to our riding locations can be found on the Contact page.

For any questions or comments, or to volunteer, please feel free to give me a call at the office (613)257-7121 x 238 or e-mail me at abooth@lcp-home.com.  I would love to hear from you!

Thanks + see you at the farm!

Amy Booth

Program Coordinator

Taste of the County 2016

Food, Wine & Beer Tasting Gala and Silent Auction

Proudly Hosted by

Stonfields Event Destination

9th Line Beckwith

Monday, June 6, 6-9pm

Tickets $15 

Available at:

Lanark Community Programs, 30 Bennett St., Carleton Place;

and at

Mill St. Books, Almonte

 


      

 

 

 

Soldier Ride

We are pleased to announce the introduction of the Soldier Ride Program; a recreational program for ill or injured members, active or retired, of the Canadian military.  

Click here for more information on this exciting program.

 

Words of Thanks

The Riding Program is made possible by the generosity of our proud 2016 sponsors:

   Ontario Trillium

 

 

  • Communities in Action Fund, Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture & Sport
  • Tackaberry Sand & Stone Ltd.
  • CIBC Children's Foundation
And by the generosity of the following 2016 supporters:
  • Carleton Place Community Co-ordinators
  • Lanark County
  • Mapleview Ladies Night Golf
  • Rosemary Nicholson, Author "Games of Chance"
  • Second Line of Drummond Women's Institute
  • The Town of Perth
  • Ladies Auxiliary, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 95
  • Royal Canadian Legion, Perth Br.244
  • Royal Canadian Legion, Ottawa Br.593
  • Royal Canadian Air Force Association, Smiths Falls
   

With special thanks to all those individuals who have donated to the Riding Program. 

We couldn't do it without you!