Join us for our Sunrise Sunset Picnic Sunday, April 30, 5:00-7:50 p.m. to celebrate spring at our new home, GallopNYC Sunrise Stables. Bring your appetite and a blanket to sit on. There will be live music, drinks, brownies and food for purchase at a popular NYC food truck. Explore the newly renovated stable, decorate our barn door, […]
Join us for our Veterans Leadership Program Open House, April 5th, 2:00-4:00 p.m. at GallopNYC Sunrise Stables. GallopNYC uses horses and horseback riding to help veterans by tapping into the ancient bonds between people and horses. Come to the open house to meet fellow veterans, our staff and the horses. We hope to see you there. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. […]
“Thank you for helping me be brave,” GallopNYC rider Gabe told Marie, his instructor, after he rose to a new challenge in his riding lesson. Be brave! That sums up our growth and achievements this year, as we show you in our Annual Report. This past year was a pivotal one for GallopNYC, as we […]
GallopNYC is pleased to announce the acquisition of the horse stables near Forest Park, Queens, operated for many years as Lynne’s Riding School, at 88-03 70th Road, Forest Hills, NY 11375. The stable will be known as GallopNYC Forest Hills. GallopNYC plans to use the stable primarily for full time therapeutic riding programming, but will […]
After months of renovations, we moved our horses over to Sunrise and we have our stable license! The horses seem very happy with their light, airy stalls. They can see each other too! MOCHA takes a look around! We rescued him from the former Cedar Lane years ago so he is coming back to a […]
Thanks to Community Board 10 we discovered that the original name of our new site was SUNRISE STABLES. We love the name and it has the advantage of avoiding confusion with nearby Gemini Fields. Parks approved the name and our new site, formerly Cedar Lane and briefly Gemini Stables, will now be Sunrise Stables. The […]
A new research report confirms that Therapeutic Riding intervention increased empathy and reduced maladaptive behaviours.
Success Story! Tovi says his first letter – H! Marie reports that Tovi said his first letter today – an “H” – wonder what that stands for?
GallopNYC is a DBNA Community Foundation Grantee! GallopNYC with all 2016 Grantees. Above, GallopNYC’s Virginia Terry with MaryAnne Gilmartin, Rev. Dr. Herbert Daughtry and Sharon Daughtry all of the Atlantic Yards/NETS/DBNA Community Foundation. Thank you for supporting our riders! That gift will help a lot of kids ride.