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Welcome to the Franklin County 4-H Therapeutic Riding Center. We provide recreation and therapy through horsemanship to persons with special needs.

Please take a look around our website and contact us with any questions you may have regarding volunteering, riding sessions, donations or anything else.

Upcoming Events:

Remaining 2013 Session Dates
Session #4, August 26—October 19 (week of October 21 is make-up week)
Session #5, October 28—December 21 (week of December 23 is make-up week)

Saturday, October 19 - Participant Horse Show. Details will be coming from your instructor. Starting time will be 10:00 am.

Saturday, November 2 - "Healing for the Holidays" Festival and Fundraiser. More details to come!




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