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March 10th "Jump the FENCE" 5 mile and 1 mile fun run

The race course at FENCE will pass through beautiful nature trails, around a pond, over obstacles (optional) and through green meadows. The five mile course will show some of the parts of Best of Western North Carolina

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Want to spend time doing good? Then TROT needs YOU!!!

Want to spend time doing good? Then TROT needs YOU!!!

Therapeutic Riding of Tryon (TROT) at FENCE is kicking off 2018 with its Volunteer Training on Saturday, February 17. FENCE’s Therapeutic Riding of Tryon (TROT) program changes and enriches lives by teaching horsemanship skills to adults and children with physical, cognitive, development and emotional challenges in a safe, friendly and supportive environment. We are extremely proud of the fact that TROT is a Premier Accredited Center with the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.).

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TROT receives a generous donation from FRC

TROT receives a generous donation from FRC

It was with great pleasure Allison Rhyne accepted a $500 donation from FRC - Foothills Riding Club for the TROT program at FENCE. We would like to thank FRC for their generosity! The Therapeutic Riding of Tryon program has been successfully running for 13 years. As a Premier Accredited Center of the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International, TROT follows the strict standards set by PATH Intl. for safety and effective teaching. Volunteers are the heart and soul of TROT. They help students groom and saddle their horses; assist and support the student as side walkers and leaders during each lesson; and assist in barn duties. This fall TROT expanded the program to Polk County High School. The exceptional children classroom came out once a week for a TROT lesson.

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