Archive for the ‘Rider of the Week’ Category

Raegan and her younger sister began riding last Summer at camp, and though both girls were a delight to have around the farm, for Raegan it was love at first ride. She had officially been bit by the horsey bug!  Since then Raegan has been dedicated to riding well and   Read More ...

This photo was taken as sneakily as possible, so the quality isn’t great. I wanted to capture the moment without the subject of the photo (our rider of the week, Sophia) noticing me. I’m incredibly proud of this image. This image shows a true horseperson.  When Sophia first started with   Read More ...

Gemma is a model student; she’s respectful, friendly with the horses and kids, and always pays attention. However, I didn’t realize how great a rider Gemma was until we went through a rough patch. For a month or two, it seemed no matter which horse I put Gemma on, she   Read More ...

Written by Stephanie Coleman  Some people just struggle with their 2 point position, some with the right contact with the horse’s mouth, some with their heels down, but this young man struggled with …tacking up his horse.  For years, he just refused to even touch the horse’s face, let alone   Read More ...

Written by Bernie DeWit, Big Stride Therapy Courtney is a spunky 2 year old that participates in Occupational Therapy at Go With it Farms. Courtney loves the horses with her favorites being Scarlett and Ladybug. In fact, all her horses at home are called Ladybug! Courtney has made amazing progress   Read More ...

Written by Veronica MacLaughlin of Big Stride Therapy Kevan and Karina are twins who have been riding for the past 3 years with Big Stride Therapy. They are taking therapeutic riding lessons and have come a long way. Kevan who could barely trot a whole lap is now posting the   Read More ...

Written by Elizabeth Caffarelli   Druv came to his first few lessons with a fear of heights. He conquered his fear with help from his parents, and his drive to ride horses. He comes with a great attitude and tries his hardest every week. Although he is small and quiet,   Read More ...

Written by Stephanie Coleman Jun’s love for animals is unquestionable, but when he first arrived at GWIF, I wondered if he was here for the horses or for Echo, our barn dog!  Often I would find his horse in cross ties,  halfway brushed, saddle on, but no girth, bridle on   Read More ...

Keli’s cool personality and good natured, willing attitude make her super fun to work with. When she initially began lessons, she was comfortable only in private half hour lessons, despite having a good sense and good seat about her. From there, she joined group lessons and leased Onyx, one of   Read More ...

Written by Stephanie Coleman   We all remember that big step in our equestrian path, that day when we first cantered, usually by accident….For some of us, it took all the courage in the world to finally ask for the canter, and actually want to do it again and again.  Well, for   Read More ...

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