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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

Become a Ribbon Sponsor today – and your gift will be matched!  

By Amanda Gallo. Tue, 12 Jun 2018

Become a Ribbon Sponsor today – and your gift will be matched!   Help GallopNYC award every rider with a blue Championship Ribbon at our annual Ride With Pride Horse Show, celebrating all they have achieved. Become a Ribbon Sponsor and show you Believe in Ability.  Your gift will have twice the impact!  GallopNYC Board Members Natalia Kory and Paul Hinton […]

Tree Climbing Dog!

By alicia. Mon, 11 Jun 2018

Syrup found her raccoon in the mulberry near the wildflower bed. She had once climbed this tree as far as the crotch and descended so ungracefully that I thought she had given up on tree climbing. But…   But the racoon was safe   How did Syrup get down?

Our Neighbors

By alicia. Thu, 31 May 2018

The Green is home to many wild creatures. Recently Syrup told me there was a Stranger nearby – and when I looked to see what she was barking at –   We’ve seen the raccoon several times since then (Syrup always finds it first) and my friend who rehabilitates wildlife says it’s probably very young, […]

Now that the Lilacs are Gone …..

By alicia. Tue, 22 May 2018

There’s always something new to enjoy: the old man’s beard and viburnums are in radiant bloom and the pines are holding their candles high The wild black raspberries and strawberries are getting ready to fruit:       We have columbines and onions (yes, onions!) in bloom and, in an unmowed section of lawn, these […]

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