There are too many photos! We've put just a few here, and the rest on Facebook.
Ride-a-Thon, June 29, 2014
Fifteen riders (some Equus, some non-Equus) gathered sponsors and went on four separate rides throughout the day. Lunch was provided by Supreme Pizza of North Adams and Colonial Pizza of Williamstown, along with Price Chopper of Pittsfield, and Equus volunteers. Many thanks to everyone who took part in helping us raise funds and have fun!
Benefit Gymkhana, May 4, 2014
Thanks to the hardy souls who came out in the cold & rain & wind for the May 4 Benefit Gymkhana! Special thanks to Art, Dianna, Emma, Gwen, Jeremy, Katey, Kayla, Lucy, and Mark--our super volunteers.
Benefit Horse Show,
April 6, 2014
Good job, riders! Thanks to all the volunteers.
Special thanks to Miss Hall's School Horizons Program participants.
Volunteer Training/Fun Day, March 23, 2014
Volunteers are essesntial for running Equus lessons
safely. We are grateful for the dedicated, super
people who come week after week, in all kinds
of weather, to make sure our riders learn and
grow, and who take such great care of the Equus horses.
Dancing with the Horses, 2013
Thank you to everyone who helped make our fourth annual drill team event happy and fun for everyone! What a great finale to Equus 2013 events!
Fall Benefit Show, October 20, 2013
Beautiful handmade horseshoes for our volunteers, big smiles from riders in their first show, and hard work from seasonsed show riders.
Fall Benefit Gymkhana, September 29, 2013
Thanks to Massachusetts Horse for providing the Junior Horsemanship Award.
Special Olympics Equestrian Festival, September 22, 2013
The summer 2013 Adams-Cheshire Horsemanship groups all made great strides and learned with great enthusiasm. This project was supported by a grant from the Adams-Cheshire Educational Partnership Fund of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation. Many thanks, also, to the large number of volunteers who gave of their time and talents.
Brayton School "Circle of Life" Summer Groups
A new venture for Equus this year was working with groups of twenty-four children each week for six weeks. We introduced them to grooming, tacking, riding, feeding, and, yes, even mucking--all part of life on the horse farm.
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