Racquets & Rides for Rowan
Friday, June 26th
5:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Area Therapeutic Riding and tennis pro, Craig Rice, invite you to the
Sports Pavilion at the Kiawah Island Club for "Racquets & Rides for
This event benefits CATR's Scholarship Fund which provides
therapeutic "rides" at CATR to over 150 students like Rowan Rice each year!
On Friday, June 26th, we hope you will join us for a fun party at the club featuring dinner, beer and wine, live music, a tennis match, a silent auction, kids' activities and more!
Area Therapeutic Riding (CATR) improves the lives of children and
adults with disabilities at the area's oldest nationally accredited
therapeutic horseback riding center. Since establishment in 1991, CATR’s
purpose has been to provide quality therapeutic riding sessions. Ten
Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH
Intl.) certified instructors, 150 volunteers, and twelve horses work
together to serve over 140 students each year in three different
programs. Individual Therapeutic Riding Instruction is open to children
and adults with a disability. The Public School Program provides
therapeutic riding and equine assisted activities to students from
special education classrooms from local public schools. CATR’s Veterans
Program delivers horsemanship skills and therapeutic riding to wounded
service men and women.
of CATR’s programs provide an exceptional therapeutic opportunity for
individuals to move beyond their disabilities to find accomplishment
through riding and interacting with horses.