Spring Session 2022: March 14 through May 21, registration deadline is February 18
Summer Session 2022: June 6 through August 19, registration deadline is May 13
Fall Session 2022 : September 10 through November 22, registration deadline is August 19th

Programs have registration due dates for participation. Registration does NOT guarantee entry into a program, days and times will be selected by our program director out of your preferences, and will be confirmed with you before the start of the program. Careful consideration goes into determining if a participant will benefit from a specific program. While TRI has a non-discrimination policy, there may be programs that are contraindicated or simply not safe for a specific student to participate in. Limitations and contraindications are located in the student handbook that is linked below.

Our program staff spends a great deal of time placing a student in the best class/program based on their unique needs, the horses available, the instructor scheduled, the available volunteers, and their peers in a class. Unfortunately, this may not all align with a student requested day and time.

Participants are required to complete registration paperwork on an annual basis.


Anyone wishing to participate in mounted or unmounted equine-assisted activities may be asked to attend an in-person evaluation. This aids in determining the appropriateness of activity and adaptive equipment necessary.

All Registration Paperwork must be completed and submitted prior to the evaluations being scheduled.



If it has been more than 12 months since participating or there has been a change in diagnosis, a returning student may be asked to participate in an in-person evaluation. These students will be contacted directly by the Program Director to set up an appointment.

Important Forms: 

For more information, please fill out our student inquiry form or contact Sam Ingersoll at