Horse Donation

SunnyBrook Meadows offers a new program using horses to help individuals and groups face life issues.

Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) is a unique method of interaction that uses the dynamic of the horse to help address life issues faced by everyone. EAL brings about group synergy in problem solving while individual roles and difficulties emerge and are addressed.

Edna Riddell has recently earned certification in EAL. Mr. Greg Kersten presented the training in Washington, PA at New Coventry Equestrian Center. Kersten is the founder of Equine Assisted Psycotherapy (EAP), the President of Equine Services, Inc. and Founder of the Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGLA). As the owner of O.K. Corral, L.L.C., Mr. Kersten has over 20 years’ experience working in adult and youth correctional facilities and treatment programs. Having served as front-line counselor, addictions counselor, supervisor, and director in various programs, Greg specializes in working with especially challenging or violent clients.

SunnyBrook Meadows is proud to offer the EAL program to the community. These techniques will add a new dimension to the existing therapeutic program as it is highly effective for youth programs, residential homes and summer programs, as well as individuals and families.

Contact us today to find out more and to schedule your group!

Weekly one hour lessons in a small group (2-3) or half hour private lessons are available several days of the week. Beginners take half hour private lessons until they are ready to join a group. Each May, there is a student show that we prepare for, where each rider learns a pattern to demonstrate their new skills.

Our very competitive rates for riding lessons are currently $30 per lesson, per person.

Safety is #1 to us, fun is a close second! We have several reliable horses, and trailer-ins are welcome. Indoor and outdoor arenas plus trails. There are no hidden fees or costs. We have helmets in a full range of sizes for all our riders, simply come dressed appropiately in long, non-baggy pants and firmly soled shoes (preferably a durable boot with low 1/2″ heel).

Whether you’re starting out or wanting to tune up your jumping skills, dressage tests, or trail/obstacle course, there’s a place for you! We keep our classes small (usually only one or two riders per hour lesson).

We are located near Montgomery, Muncy, and Williamsport, just a few miles from the 15/54 intersection.

Call us at (570) 547-1565 or email to schedule!