Trotter Club provides opportunities for young volunteers (ages 9-15) to gain fundamental horsemanship and develop life skills through teamwork, critical thinking, and working with special needs students.
Trotter Club began in 2020 when applications poured in from young volunteers who wanted to help with our Adaptive Riding Program. Volunteers assist our special needs population as horse leaders and side walkers but must be at least 16 years old for safety reasons (unless given special permission). However, we wanted to provide a space for young volunteers to learn and grow. Thus, Trotter Club was born! Trotter Club provides opportunities for volunteers (ages 9-15) to develop fundamental horsemanship and life skills through teamwork, critical thinking and working with special needs students.
COST: $40 per month
WHEN: 3x a month on either Wednesdays or Fridays
ATTIRE: Closed-toe shoes (boots preferred) and appropriate cloting based on the weather
LOCATION: TROT - 104 e. 4th Place Kennewick, WA 99337
Trotter Club occurs 3x a month (day subject to change)
The first two classes do not involve riding; however the third class does involve a group riding lesson.
New Trotters must start at the beginning of the month and must attend the two non-riding classes before participating in the group riding lesson.
Trotters can earn a free month by volunteering as a trotter in our Adaptive Riding Classes or Path to Success Classes.
Space is limited each month, so registration is first come first served.
After your volunteer application has been submitted, a TROT Staff member will reach out to you to confirm that we have received your application.
Register here each month for Trotter Club. Registration opens on the 20th of each month. Spots are limited therefore registration is first come, first served.