Bridle Paths

Kathleen Fallon

UPDATED: May 6, 2019

Bridle Paths is a nonprofit equine-assisted activities and therapies (EAAT) program based in Leesburg, VA. The program offers strength, support, and healing to individuals and families through safe, effective, and high-quality EAAT. We provide therapeutic horseback riding instruction, equine-assisted learning, and equine-assisted psychotherapy services to individuals and families faced with physical, cognitive, psychological, and emotional needs.

Bridle Paths is the proud and grateful recipient of a generous Local Impact Grant from Autism Speaks to support the provision of our equine-assisted learning program Making the Connection: a Therapeutic Horsemanship and Internship Program for young adults with autism.

The Bridle Paths program was incorporated in 2012, and has grown to provide more than 700 mounted and unmounted client sessions, supported by nine program horses and more than 6,500 hours of volunteer support in 2018. Bridle Paths is a member of the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH) International, the Therapeutic Riding Association of Virginia, and the Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA).

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Bridle Paths
43247 Spinks Ferry Road
Leesburg, VA 20176
United States







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