West of Weyburn on Highway 39, you’ll find Rising Hoofs Adventure, a facility designed to acquire strength-based skills with the help of a Certified Equine Assisted Learning facilitator and their Equine partners. Gina Bowler, Equine Assistant Learning Facilitator, and Owner of Rising Hoof Adventure explains what the experience is like, “Our participants increase their self-awareness and development by working alongside of our horses to maximize their full potential. These skills that the horses teach are then transferred into their everyday life. This is unforgettable learning; you won’t forget a horse teaching you.” 

The programs are for everyone and every age, with an upcoming camp aimed at communication building for Mother and Daughter. Bowler shares what the weekend has in store for the participants, “What the goal is, the objective in the arena is to have a deeper bond with Mother and Daughter and allow the horse to create those teachable moments. Some of our participants, moms, and daughters have said we learned we need to communicate better. They learned that they should listen more and Moms have said to their daughters, "I should listen more and trust the decisions you are making.” 

Rising Hoof Adventure hosts day camps, ladies nite, weekend retreats, team building birthday parties and additional programming. To register or for more information, click here