GSCA long-time member Pat Pearson runs Maplestone Farm LLC.

Mission

Our mission is to serve individuals in need of special services through providing an environment that encourages and helps to facilitate innovative approaches to education and progressive equine services to individuals with special needs through therapeutic riding, driving and Hippotherapy.

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Maplestone Farm, located on the side of a hill overlooking a historic mill town, is situated on 40 acres of fields and wooded landscape in the Lakes Region of the White Mountains. The farm also is home to the MapleStone School.

Riding and Driving
MapleStone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center (TRC) offers horseback riding and driving with a PATH (North American Riding for the Handicapped) certified instructor. PATH Int'l. (formerly known as NARHA) provides industry safety standards, instructor training, certification, and insurance provisions. Participants access a 62 x 160 indoor arena, groomed trails on site, and an outdoor arena. Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details about the services we currently are able to provide.
Opportunities
MapleStone Farm LLC is the location,; “MapleStone” is the Non-Profit School.
MapleStone School seeks volunteers to be guest speakers and/or to give demonstrations or to provide services in their area of expertise. Volunteers to assist as “side-walkers” during therapy sessions are always welcome. MapleStone (school) is a Not-for-Profit 501(c)3
MapleStone Farm TRC welcomes horse savvy volunteers to help care for the program animals and to maintain their environment when students are not present. The horses and facilities are privately owned. MapleStone Farm is an LLC.