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Therapeutic Riding Lessons

The Volunteers from Mane Solutions raising awareness
 for the riding program in Anderson, South Carolina

The Outside of a Horse is good for the Inside of a Human ~ Author Unknown

In 2010 Mane Solutions qualified for 501c3 status and began raising money to provide equine related services.

Benefits of Equine Assisted Activities 

  •  Strengthens the spine, the core, as well as leg  and pelvic muscles.
  •  Improves balance
  •  Improved gross and fine motor skills
  •  Promotes self confidence and self esteem
  •  Sharpens mental concentration and emotional control 
  •  Creates Strong Bonds Between Riders, Horses, Volunteers, Instructors  & Community Sponsors.

Mane Solutions - Riding Lesson Forms and Documents

Mane Solutions Documents
Documents are saved as PDF files. Documents open in a new window
Mane Solutions Rider Packet Information for new riders. Download PDF File >>
Mane Solutions Riders Contract
Contract for riders.
Download PDF File >>
Mane Solutions Barn Rules
Rules for participants, parents and  visitors Download PDF File >>
Oxford Farm Liability Release
All visitors, participants and guests must sign this form.
Download PDF File >>
Oxford Farm Riding Lessons /Fees Various riding lessons and associated fees Download PDF File >>

Riding Lessons

Riding lessons are enjoyed by participants and volunteers.

Natural Horsemanship


Like therapeutic riding, the practice of natural horsemanship has existed for many years and is currently gaining popularity all over the world.  By using natural, equine based non-verbal communication and applied behavioral psychology, natural horsemanship seeks to create a willing partnership between the horse and human (both on the ground and when mounted) that promotes safety, relaxation, sensitivity, teamwork and mutual satisfaction.
Our riders are like our horses. They don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care!