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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 over 450 riders a week and operate our riding program at five locations. 
 

Autumn 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, and Saturday

Bowling Green at Prospect Park

Wednesday,  Saturday and Sunday

The latest from our blog

How well does GallopNYC take care of our Horses?

By Amanda Gallo. Fri, 19 Jan 2018

  How well does GallopNYC take care of our Horses? We love our horses and ponies, and we want them to be healthy and happy so that they can do their best work for our riders. GallopNYC uses therapeutic horseback riding to help people In NYC with disabilities walk, talk and learn, inspiring them to […]

“Whoa Back”

By Amanda Gallo. Wed, 17 Jan 2018

This week our riders are learning how to “Whoa Back”. The benefits include improving fine motor skills. This skill can help build self confidence and self esteem by putting the riders in charge of the horse’s movement. It inspires responsibility and teamwork as the rider connects his or her body position and actions with the […]

Volunteer Appreciation Mixer!

By Amanda Gallo. Thu, 04 Jan 2018

GallopNYC invites you to come revel in the triumphs of 2017 with those who made it possible — you, our committed volunteers! Please join us on Saturday, January 13th at 8pm at The Other Place, for a volunteer appreciation mixer as a token of our gratitude for all your time and energy spent making a big difference and long […]

Welcome to the White!

By alicia. Mon, 18 Dec 2017

Hard to recognize, isn’t it?   View from the porch: Down the path looking south, the lilacs seen from the entry gate, the path behind the cabin:     My corner viewed from behind the cabin, the path leading back to the lawn, the Caton strip from afar and closer up:   The pines at […]

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