Therapeutic riding organization hosts pancake breakfast

March 11, 2014 by  

Families who love pancakes and horses can head down to Ride On Therapeutic Horsemanship’s free open house this weekend.

The organization helps people with various disabilities learn how to ride a horse and understand how, using the horse’s movement, adaptive riding can ameliorate a person’s health.

Starting bright and early, a free pancake breakfast, including sausages and beverages, will be served. In addition, students from ‘Ride On’ will exhibit some of the strategies used in therapeutic riding. Also, there will be an impressive dressage presentation to music. If anyone needs additional information or is interested in volunteering, there will be staff available to answer questions.

Children’s book author Laura Numeroff will be at the event to sign her books, such as ‘If You Give a Moose a Muffin’. Numeroff is an award-winning author of more than 20 books.

Ride On has been around for two decades and provides qualified instructors to help its students. Along with therapeutic lessons, there are also basic sessions open to the general public.

The organization has likely used banner printing to help promote the unique equestrian event. Bright banners, advertising free breakfast and fun activities, could be displayed throughout the community.

The event takes place on March 15 from 9:00 am until 12:00 pm at 10860 Topanga Canyon Boulevard in Chatsworth, only a short distance from Northridge.