-Winter Information Letter                                           
-Winter 2013 Reg. Form
-Participant Application 2013
-Participant Liability Form
-Emergency Medical Treatment
-Physician's Medical Release
All forms need to be current for the year.
Medical forms expire a year from the date of signature.
Without an updated medical release, the student
WILL NOT be able to ride.
Requirements

Any person diagnosed with an emotional, physical,
cognitive disability, be at Least 3 years old, fill out all
necessary paperwork, attend a personal evaluation,
be able to participate in 30 minute lesson,weigh no
more than 180 pounds and love to ride.
Requirements

Any person diagnosed with an emotional, physical, or
cognitive disability, be at least 3 years old, fill out all
necessary paperwork, attend a personal evaluation,
be able to participate in 30 minute lesson, weigh no
more than 180 pounds and love to ride.

Type of Class

Winter Session
(8 weeks)

Spring Session
(8 weeks)

Summer 1 Session
(7 weeks)

Summer 2 Session
(7 weeks)

Fall Session
(11 weeks)

Therapeutic Group Classes
$200
$200
$175
$175
$275

Therapeutic Semi-Private Classes
$280
$280
$245
$245
$385

Therapeutic Private Classes
$400
$400
$350
$350
$550

Horsemanship  Classes
$280
$280
$245
$245
$385
Year-round riders have the ability to obtain a discount by paying only 4 quarterly payments
of $250. The Benefits of a year-round rider also include class time preferences.
Requirements

Any person diagnosed with an emotional, physical, or
cognitive disability, be at Least 3 years old, fill out all
necessary paperwork, attend a personal evaluation,
be able to participate in 30 minute lesson,weigh no
more than 180 pounds and love to ride.
















At Banbury Cross Therapeutic Equestrian Center, we welcome both physically and mentally disabled riders into the program. Our
riders come from a variety of backgrounds and different towns throughout southeastern Michigan, and they range in age from 3 years
to adult. However, they all have one thing in common: the ability to grow emotionally and improve overall physical fitness through our
structured program of horseback riding.

Banbury Cross provides programs for Adults and Children with Autism, ADD/ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, Down’s Syndrome, Hearing
Impairments, Sight Impairments, Learning Disabilities, Seizure Disorders, Traumatic Brain Injury, Mental Impairment, Muscular
Dystrophy,  Multiple Sclerosis, Spina Bifida, as well as many other disabilities. Programs are offered year round in our heated arena to
increase the benefits of habitual riding.




Lesson Descriptions

Therapeutic Riding
is conducted by nationally certified therapeutic riding instructors, teaching adaptive riding skills for recreational,
educational, and therapeutic purposes. Each student is given specific goals and tasks by the instructor, combined with their
personal/parent/caregiver goals to work towards during the session.

Horsemanship Lessons are conducted by our trained staff. These classes are offered to individuals who can not safely sit astride a
horse, who exceed our riding weight limit, or who are searching for more ways to spend time learning about horses.  Individuals will
learn basic ground-based horse care techniques and enjoy a wonderful human to animal bonding experience in a safe and therapeutic
environment.  Classes can be private or semi-private and goals are based on participants goals and needs.


Private Lessons contain only 1 rider for 45 minutes (30 min of Riding Time, 15 Minutes of Grooming). There are 2 main reasons a
student would receive private lessons: 1) The student is more advance and would benefit from independent riding and solo instruction.
2) The student needs one-on-one attention from the instructor and a special lesson plan due to specific needs. While most people
would think privates are the most beneficial for their student, in most cases, group lessons offer the interaction and socialization that
our riders need. A consult with our Program Director will determine if a private lesson is available for your rider.


Semi-Private Lessons contain 2 riders about the same ability level for 45 minutes (30 minutes of Riding Time and 15 Minutes of
Grooming). Riders may participate in a semi-private because of their independence. As noted above, many students benefit greatly
from group lessons because of the socialization aspect of the lesson. A consult with our Program Director will determine if a semi-
privates are available for your rider(s).
Banbury Cross provides programs for Adults and Children with Autism, ADD/ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, Down’s Syndrome, Hearing
Impairments, Sight Impairments, Learning Disabilities, Seizure Disorders, Traumatic Brain Injury, Mental Impairment, Muscular
Dystrophy,  Multiple Sclerosis, Spina Bifida, as well as many other disabilities. Programs are offered year round in our heated arena to
increase the benefits of habitual riding.
RIDER INFORMATION
Winter 2015 Registration Form
Participant Appplication
Participant Liability Form
Physicians Statement
Emergency Medical Release

All forms need to be current for the year.
Medical forms expire a year from the date of signature.
Without an updated medical release, the student
WILL NOT be able to ride.

2015 Class Schedule

Winter- January 5
- February 21 (7 weeks)
Spring- March 2
- April 18 (7 weeks)
Summer One- May 11
- June 27 (7 weeks)
Summer Two- July
6 - Aug. 22 (7 weeks)
Fall- Sept. 8- Nov. 21 (11 weeks)