FAQ

What to expect?

Will there be riding?

Will there be riding?

  A friendly greeting.  

From your first contact with Horse Ability through to meeting us at the stable.

Will there be riding?

Will there be riding?

Will there be riding?

 Unless a person has arranged for a riding lesson, all of the EAAT, EAGALA and EAL programs are unmounted. 

What to wear?

Will there be riding?

Do Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies qualify as a medical tax credit?

 Dress appropriately for the weather, in clothes that can get dirty in an outdoor environment. No open-toed or steel-toed shoes can be worn during the program. 

Do Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies qualify as a medical tax credit?

Do Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies qualify as a medical tax credit?

Do Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies qualify as a medical tax credit?

 Depending on the type of coverage you have, some areas of cost of equine assisted therapy (keyword) may qualify. Please contact us directly to see if the program you are interested in qualifies.  

What do I Bring?

Do Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies qualify as a medical tax credit?

Do I need experience with horses to participate in the programs?

 Everything will be provided to you upon your arrival at Horse Ability.  

Do I need experience with horses to participate in the programs?

Do Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies qualify as a medical tax credit?

Do I need experience with horses to participate in the programs?

 No. Our team will work with you and the horses to ensure safety of all participants.