What are the benefits of therapeutic horseback riding and how is it different from regular riding?
I volunteered in a therapeutic riding center for a while. Therapeutic riding helps build muscle strength as well as develop flexibility, coordination and balance. It builds self-confidence and facilitates healthy social interaction. Riding incorporates cognitive activities on horseback which also facilitate cognitive development.
by Lisa Brown 11 months ago
Would you go horseback riding in the snow, or would you rather go on a beach?
by Ken R. Abell 8 years ago
Of all the different breeds of dogs, which have you found to be the best as a friend?
by H C Palting 6 years ago
What should I expect when riding a horse for only the second time in my life?I have only ridden a horse once before and the horse was being led by it's owner while I was on it. What can I do to help make the horse feel comfortable?
by Beth100 8 years ago
Hi y'all! I'll be enjoying the sun outside -- cycling in the mountains and a bit of horseback riding in the country.How about you?Have a most enjoyable weekend!
by Tony the writer 6 years ago
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