Click to open the ManeGait 2014 Winter Newsletter
With a generous grant from the McKinney Community Development Corporation, ManeGait has been able to make many upgrades and improvements to our facilities. We have paved behind the barn, laid new asphalt for our driveways, and put down decomposed granite to smooth out the area between the barn and the arena. These improvements will allow […]
On January 13-15th, ManeGait’s Show Team of 11 riders and 9 horses traveled to Fort Worth for the annual Chisholm Challenge Horse Show. This horse show is for children and adults with disabilities to showcase their equestrian skills in friendly competition and opens the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo at the John Justin Arena. […]
Enjoy an article about the 2013 Gala at the ‘Gait from 380 Guide here written by Karen Svien Gradel. For more information contact Karen at email@example.com.
Patricia Lempart visited ManeGait for the month of September 2013 to take a break from her demanding job in her home country of Germany. Little did she know that instead of a relaxing vacation, ManeGait would give her a renewed excitement for life and for helping those in need. Patricia served as a volunteer in […]
In April, ManeGait was awarded a $15,000 grant from CoServ Electric Co-Op to remodel and stock the GaitWay House for the new GaitWay to the Brain Program. This program, led by licensed speech pathologist, Robin Harwell, incorporates activities for our riders before, during, or after their riding lesson which help to build new pathways in […]
Frisco Charity Partners has chosen ManeGait to be one of the beneficiaries of the Dancing with the North Texas Stars event on February 9, 2014. We are so grateful that this organization has chosen to support the ManeGait mission and help our riders move beyond their boundaries. To learn more about this organization read an article […]
ManeGait has launched a new program, GaitWay to the Brain. Read an article in McKinney Magazine on the successes of two of our riders here and learn more about this program and how the activities can change lives for the better. For more information on GaitWay to the Brain, click here.
ManeGait is a great place for families to volunteer together. It can bring you closer and create a place where all members can flourish. Read an article on how the Alexander family of Prosper found their place at ManeGait from Live & Prosper magazine here.