We help children who are suffering from a range of disadvantages.
Without support these children often fall into negative patterns and face significant problems throughout life. Our intervention empowers children to create positive lifelong changes for themselves. We do this by empowering children to develop social and communication skills as they learn how to handle, care for and ride a pony empathetically, respectfully and safely.
Children are motivated to develop the critical skills needed to thrive in life. They learn to be mindful and to take control of themselves on a mental, emotional and physical level.
We are more similar to the horse than you might imagine. By learning how horses communicate and form relationships, children reflect and improve on their own communication and relationship skills and improve on their own communication and relationship skills.
At 2.15 am on Friday 2nd May 2014, a very special foal was born at Pony Grove, Think Like a Pony’s Surrey centre. The filly has been named ‘Lunar d’Argento’, which is Italian for ‘Silver Moon’. Take a look at the photograph and see if you can think why she has been named this. Lunar […] Read More