Youth Development Through the American Tradition of Horsemanship
The Alliance Project’s horsemanship program teaches youth in the Spokane, Washington area about the American tradition of horsemanship while passing on core values that will guide them for a lifetime.
Young people who have positive interactions with horses often experience increased self-esteem, improved social skills, and greater confidence at home, at school, and in the community.
The Alliance Project’s horsemanship program offers fun, safe, and educational experiences for youth that foster leadership, citizenship, patience, and increased accountability and responsibility.
Participants will learn how to handle and ride a horse and a variety of other horsemanship skills. Students will also learn how to build healthy relationships with horses and will receive all the time they need to master one skill before moving on to the next in a noncompetitive environment.
The Alliance Project horsemanship program is open to youth ages in the Spokane, Washington area.
Contact The Alliance Project to learn more about our youth horsemanship program.