The indoor equestrian center is an amazing facility. It houses both the riding arena and the horse stables under one roof. The entire building measures 200 ft. long and 100 ft. wide. The stables measure 40’ X 100’. The stable area contains nine horse stalls, wash/groom bay, hay/feed storage, tack room, and a mechanical room. Each horse has its own outdoor turn-out paddock from their stall. The arena riding area is 80’ X 140’. The arena space contains an office which overlooks the arena floor. The office has its own private restroom. There are public restrooms and a seating area next to the arena. The equestrian center sits on the mountain top over looking Emigration Canyon. The views are beautiful throughout the four seasons. The facility is nestled among the scrub oak and sagebrush. Equestrian programs run year round in this heated facility.
Programs are offered for Camp Kostopulos’ participants and for other agencies and organizations that wish to utilize the many types of equine therapy. Specialized equine programs include working with those individuals with physical impairments, mental impairments, emotional and behavioral differences, social difficulties, and those who are developmentally delayed. Our therapeutic horseback riding program for people with paralysis is supported by a Quality of Life grant from the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.
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