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Winter Semester is in session Now through March 25th.

If you are looking to enroll, please see our Client Registration page to get started!

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Horse Owner Boot Camp Series

Open to the Public – Winter 2017

Interested in possibly owning your own horse? Do you currently own or lease a horse and want to be the best “owner” you can be? Or just want to learn more about horse care and management? Come join us to learn the basics of feeding, first aid, blanketing, equipment fitting, lunging and management.

Sessions are about 2 hours long, 1 hour in classroom & 1 hour in barn
$50 per individual for each session or $250 for all 6.

Contact Kathryn for enrollment. 860-381-0755 or hhhtrkv@gmail.com

1/11 @ 11am Horse Owner Boot Camp Session 1

Basic Considerations for Horse Ownership

1/25 @ 11am Horse Owner Boot Camp Session 2
Feeding and Facility Management

2/8 @ 11am Horse Owner Boot Camp Session 3
Basic 1st Aid, Common Equine Ailments and Wrapping

2/22 @ 11am Horse Owner Boot Camp Session 4
Basic Equipment Fitting and Blanketing

3/1 @ 11am Horse Owner Boot Camp Session 5
Unmounted Excercise and Conditioning

3/15 @ 11am Horse Owner Boot Camp Session 6
Review of 1st Aid, Wraps, Equipment Fitting and Lunging


First Monthly MOVIE NIGHT at HHH:

Tuesday, January 17 6:30 – 8:30 PM

MOONDANCE ALEXANDER (G-rated)
Moondance is faced with the difficulties of her father’s passing and her mother moving on. When she finds a lost pinto horse and discovers his jumping abilities, she convinces his owner Dante Longpre (Don Johnson) to train them to compete in a jumping show.

$5 pp Bring a pillow and Pajamas!
Popcorn and non-alcoholic beverages available for sale


Tuesday, January 24th 6:30-8:30pm

Q & A to follow

Join us for this interactive workshop with Lee Paradis, Founder and Executive Director of HHH, Equine Specialist in Mental Health, Lise Mayers, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Ann Irr Dagle, President of the Brian T. Dagle Memorial Foundation and Certified Grief Specialist, and our special guest mini- horse LuLu, the “Ambassadorable”

Understand that grief is not an illness and there is healing after loss. Animals allow for unconditional love and support to those grieving. The human-equine bond fosters the gift of peace to those bereaved and unconditional acceptance, which fosters healing.

Workshop will be held at Horses Healing Humans Conference Room (Admin Bldg.)

Cost: $10 per person

Pre –registration is required

For more information:
(860) 572-2942
leeparadis@gmail.com