Winslow Therapeutic Riding Unlimited, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, formed in 1974 to assist children and adults with physical, cognitive, and emotional challenges find strength and independence in their daily lives. With over 45 years of experience, Winslow provides a unique, restorative, and empowering experience, offering equine-assisted services that encourage individuals with disabilities to grow and learn through our diverse and educational programs. The partnership between human and horse cannot be expressed through words; it can only be seen in the positive changes we see in our participants each and every day.
There’s something special and powerful in the connection between horses and humans. Come visit us for a tour to learn all about the amazing experiences we have to offer here at Winslow!
Motherboard, Think Tank, Thinker…whatever you call it, your brain is the most important part of your body. From being able to speak, hear, comprehend, write, and think, to being able to move your fingers, walk [...]
On April 16th, 2021, AAA Northeast visited Winslow’s facility to learn more about what we do here and also participate in a corporate day of service. After taking a tour of our facility and getting [...]
On February 11th, 2021, members from Winslow’s Incredible Teen Helpers (W.I.T.H.) joined the Orange County Youth Bureau’s staff and Advisory Board, by visiting and participating in an open discussion with Orange County’s (OC) state representatives! [...]
Winslow was recently provided with the opportunity to offer free horsemanship lessons to military veterans through a grant received from the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship Intl. (PATH Intl.). Through this grant, a number of [...]
This year marked the 30th year of Winslow’s Annual Duck Derby. Due to COVID-19, the Duck Derby was postponed from of its original date of May 17th to September 12th. Because of social distancing regulations, [...]
For staff, participants, and volunteers alike, the temporary closure of Winslow was difficult for all. As we slowly began to reopen our facility, our volunteers and participants were so excited to have the opportunity to [...]