T.E.A.D. set to reopen

A therapeutic riding program in Mount Hope is set to reopen. Programs at T.E.A.D., The Equestrian Association for the Disabled, will start up again in April.

The program ran out of money in December, but two un-named buyers have bought the farm for $850 000 and will lease the property back to T.E.A.D. It will reopen with three staff and 12 horses.

The program is looking for volunteers and donations. There are 130 riders signed up for the spring session.


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housework says:

I am very happy to hear of their reopening. It is a very good program.

bgee says:

I wish them best of luck, it is a very valuable program.