As part of the Silver Lining Riding Herd your he will receive.....
It is very important that each horse brought into the program is happy being a part of the program. Holding a job as a therapeutic riding steed is not the best fit for every horse. See below for detailed steps to donate a horse to Silver Lining Riding
Donate a Horse
Potential Horse Requirements:
Thank you for considering Silver Lining Riding for your horse’s next career!
Working in a program that provides various Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies is a difficult job and not every horse is suitable for this type of program. Therapeutic program horses may participate in up to three lessons a day and will most likely be used four to five days per week. The programs at Silver Lining Riding are less athletically strenuous on horses than some forms of competitive riding...but the herd still needs to be in good shape and able to work on a consistent basis.
Steps to Donate a Horse.
Silver Lining Riding always gives the Donor of the horse first right of refusal when it is time to retire from the program. Questions? Contact the Herd Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org