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Equestrian Crossings begin training sessions

Equestrian Crossings student Doma Brown loves riding the big Percheron Kirbey. - Contributed photo
Equestrian Crossings student Doma Brown loves riding the big Percheron Kirbey.
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Equestrian Crossings is a non-profit organization that provides horsemanship training and hippotherapy for disabled and able-bodied students.

The next program session has begun accepting applications.

Equestrian Crossings is accepting applications for its spring session.

It offers English and Western riding, vaulting, hippotherapy and adaptive lessons.

The program runs for eight weeks, from April 17 through June 8. Lessons are offered on multiple days in covered arenas located in Oak Harbor and Greenbank.

The registration deadline for lessons in both areas has been set for March 23.

Registration and application packets may be downloaded from the group’s website

www.equestriancrossings.com or contact info@equestriancrossings.com or 360-320-1573 for more information.

Lessons are $30 each plus an annual fee of $30 for new students. Scholarships are available.

Equestrian Crossings is a non-profit organization that provides horsemanship training by seasoned instructors incorporating both life-skill learning and fun into each lesson.

Students learn to care for, groom, tack and safely work with their horses both on the ground and mounted.

 

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