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Therapy and Horsemanship Session Schedules

We offer horsemanship lessons and therapy sessions year round. There is a one week break between each session so that our horses can have a well-deserved rest period.

Session 1
JAN 6 - FEB 29

MAKE-UP week:
MAR 1-7

Break week: MAR 8-15
Session 2
MAR 16 - MAY 9

MAKE-UP week:
MAY 10-16

Break week: MAY 17-24
Session 3
MAY 18- JUL 11, 2020

MAKE-UP week/CAMP week: JUL 13-17

Break week: JUL 19-26
Session 4
CAMP week
JUL 27-31
JUL 27-SEP 12

MAKE-UP week: SEP 14-19

Break week: SEP 20-27
Session 5
SEP 28 - NOV 14

MAKE-UP week: NOV 16-21

Break Week /
Thanksgiving break:
NOV 22-29
Session 6
CAMP Weeks & Optional MAKE-UP Weeks
NOV 30-DEC 18

Break Weeks: DEC 19-JAN 3

Events in the News

Ponies with a Purpose Fall Festival Was a Blast!

THANK YOU for supporting PRTR! Our veterans opened the event presenting the flag. We had carnival games, local craft market vendors, food, horse demonstrations, trail rides, hay rides to the pumpkin patch followed by pumpkin painting, face painting, and so much more FUN for the whole family!


PRTR had it’s first Hootenanny in July with 200+ attendees supporting our mission to help our clients to minimize disability and maximize ability through the provision of safe, high-quality, and effective equine assisted activities and therapies. Thank you to all who attended and to our very generous sponsors! It was a blast!

Interested in sponsoring? Call Melissa at 303.870.1907


Newsletters

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Featured Interviews and Videos

Promise Ranch Featured on Colorado & Company



Radio Interview

PRTR on VelocityRadio on October 1, 2014: Click here!


Videos

See Promise Ranch and what we do!


Amy is a 25 year-old woman who uses both an ECO device and the TouchChat application on the iPad to communicate. Amy is very active in her community and is an inspiration to others. Watch her story and her journey with AAC.


We usually think of children in connection with Therapeutic Riding. The reality for me is that most of my students are adults. This is a video of one of my students with Alzheimer’s. She was a rider early in her life, and as she rides even though her mind can not remember simple things like how to hold the reins, when she starts riding her body memory takes over. She is a joy to teach , and she loves her horse Cinnamon!


After her lesson Ruairi wanted to walk her horse Paradise, and then do a little natural horsemanship.

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