Welcome to Therapeutic Riding, Inc., affectionately known as TRI. We are located in Pittsfield Township in southeastern Ann Arbor, on 46 beautiful acres of conservation land. Please enjoy the video below, click on the arrow!
Please join us for the Pink Posse Barn Raiser!
Therapeutic Riding, Inc. and Dr. Jacqueline Jeruss, Director of the Breast Cancer Center for Michigan Medicine, invite you to join us on Thursday, May 4th for a fundraiser to support TRI’s new Pink Posse Program. The program will provide horseback riding lessons and other equine activities free-of-cost for women living with or surviving breast cancer.
The fundraiser will take place Thursday, May 4th at Cobblestone Farms and will feature a short program, strolling appetizers, beverages, live music and a raffle.
Thursday, May 4th
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
2781 Packard Ann Arbor, MI
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Who are we? TRI is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that was founded in 1984 to provide children and adults with disabilities with the opportunity to experience the joy of horseback riding. Since moving into our beautiful new facility in 2010, we can now offer many different programs – group and private riding lessons, ground lessons (grooming, tacking, and showmanship), day tours and day programming for groups, and many more.
Who are our riders? Our riders come from Washtenaw, Wayne, Jackson, Oakland, Monroe, and Saginaw counties, with the vast majority coming from Washtenaw County. Riders range in age from 4 years old into their 80’s and have a wide variety of diagnoses – autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, ADHD, sensory integration disorder, Angelman syndrome, vision and hearing impairments, traumatic brain injury, PTSD, and many others.
Why therapeutic riding? Ask our riders and they’ll tell you that riding is FUN! However so much more is going on. Not only are our riders forming a special bond with their horses, but they are improving their balance, strengthening their muscles, improving their communication and social skills, all while working on their personal and riding goals. These things work together to improve self-esteem and confidence in all other areas of their lives.
Spring 2017 newsletter is hot off the presses!
Visit our Newsletter page to catch up on all the events that are happening at TRI, as well as learn about some exciting things coming up.
2015 financial documents available for your review
At TRI, we continually strive for excellence and transparency – in the arena, in our equine management, and in our business office. To this end, we are happy to provide you with our current (2015) 990 and reviewed financials. If you have any questions about these documents, please do not hesitate to contact us at 734-677-0303 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.