They will also encircle members of the Reinbow Riders Therapeutic Riding Program as they parade around at half time.
What does TRP stand for?
TRP stands for Therapeutic Riding Program (various organizations)
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We have 210 other meanings of TRP in our Acronym Attic
- Test Resource Plan
- The Refugee Project (various locations)
- The Regeneration Project
- The Research Partnership, Inc (Wichita, KS)
- The Resurrection Project
- The ReUse People (California)
- The Rising Phoenix (various locations)
- The Rushing Party (gaming group)
- Theater Response Package
- Thérapeute en Réadaptation Physique (French: Physical Rehabilitation Therapist)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Willett was co-founder and operated Custom Pallets in Brookfield for over 40 years and Pine Acres Farm in Brookfield where she enjoyed raising horses and livestock where she was proud of the current Therapeutic Riding Program at the farm.
The English Therapeutic Riding Saddle is a saddle designed for use in therapeutic riding programs with individuals with mobility, neurological, or cognitive disabilities.
The horses will be rehabilitated and retrained to be placed in handicapped and therapeutic riding programs.
A portion of the proceeds from the gala will benefit the Carousel Ranch therapeutic riding program.
To purchase equipment and horses and upgrade the indoor riding facility, which will improve safety, attract volunteers and allow better therapeutic riding programs to be provided to more people with disabilities in the community.
Today, Pegasus has become one of the largest and most highly regarded therapeutic riding programs in the United States, servicing some 200 students each year in programs at nine locations throughout Fairfield County, Connecticut and Westchester County, New York.
With increasing awareness of the positive benefits of therapeutic riding, many individuals and civic groups are seeking guidance in developing a therapeutic riding program in their communities.