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Welcome to GallopNYC! 

GallopNYC is a non-profit organization based in New York City that offers therapeutic horsemanship programs to children and adults with disabilities. We serve 500 riders a week and operate our riding program at four locations. Two of the locations are operated by GallopNYC primarily for therapeutic programs.  Schedules at each location vary seasonally. 

Spring Volunteer Shifts

Please join us at one (or more!) of these volunteer shifts

GallopNYC Forest Hills

Tuesday thru Sunday

GallopNYC Lindenwood (Sunrise Stables)

Tuesday thru Sunday

Bronx Equestrian Center

Tuesday & Thursday

Bowling Green at Prospect Park

Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday

The latest from our blog

By alicia. Sat, 12 May 2018

  Yes, all the daffodils and tulips have shriveled and dropped their petals. It was over in a blink. But now… We have lilacs, tree spireas, wildflowers whose names I don’t know, a few late tulips (even some green ones!   We have flowers on the pawpaw trees, columbines and ajugas: I’ve never seen so […]

GallopNYC Ride with Pride Horse Show

By Amanda Gallo. Wed, 02 May 2018

Ride with Pride Horse Show – Sunday, June 17, Saturday and Sunday June 23-24 Bring on the smiles! GallopNYC awards every rider a Blue Championship Ribbon at our annual Ride With Pride Horse Show, celebrating their hard work and perseverance. They and their families are so very proud! This year, our Ride With Pride Horse Show will […]

GallopNYC Barn Dance

By Amanda Gallo. Wed, 02 May 2018

GallopNYC Barn Dance! The GallopNYC Barn Dance is Thursday, May 17.  Tickets are $300.  For Tickets and Sponsorship click here. If you are looking for a fantastic event to attend this spring, look no further than the GallopNYC Barn Dance! GallopNYC’s beloved annual gala will begin the night with live bluegrass music and award-winning BBQ from Hometown Bar […]

Shifting Colors in the Garden

By alicia. Sun, 29 Apr 2018

When Spring began it seemed that all the flowers were white and yellow – but look now: We have blue grape hyacinths,  all the colors of tulips , violet violets                                                              and the first buds of the purple French lilacs The silvery serviceberry blossoms are about to open and the last of the daffodils, small and […]

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