Trinity Equestrian Center

Eau Claire's only full service horse center.
We offer therapeutic horse riding, horse therapy programs, boarding, lessons, youth mentoring, summer camps, and a child care program.

Call (715) 835-4530 to learn more.

Connecting people, horses, & God

The moment you arrive at the Trinity Equestrian Center, you sense the difference. It is a place of obvious beauty with its miles of white fencing, green pastures, and gorgeous horses. Far more important, however, is what you sense but don't see; Trinity is a place where tiny miracles happen every day — miracles of hope, growth, and healing.

Horses are amazing therapists. Add a well trained staff and partnerships with the national organizations of Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship, International (PATH) and Equine Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA), and the possibilities of successful therapy are endless.

Our horse therapy programs:

help heal spiritual, physical, emotional, and cognitive injuries and disabilities.

build relationship skills by developing confidence, improving communication, increasing self-worth, gaining patience, and learning the value of authetic leadership.

are a valued resource to the Chippewa Valley's many
youth agencies, diversion courts, schools, churches, and
non-profit organizations.

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Trinity Center Offers 'One of a Kind' Opportunities 05/16/2013

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Horse-powered healing: Post-war veterans recover with equine therapy 05/01/2013

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