Horseback Riding & Benefits
Mans relationship with horses goes back more years than one can realistically contemplate but around 800 BC, people in Central Asia started riding them instead of just using them to pull carts and wagons.
Here in 2018, we still ride horses and while it is less common to use them as a mode of transportation, the benefits of riding are many.
Corinne, lets you in on her son Remy’s journey with starting horseback lessons and shares how it can be beneficial for any person to engage in.
You can read more on the “Raising Remy” Blog here:
Corinne is a wash-a-shore who grew up on Long Island, NY, but spent summers and vacations here on the Cape in Brewster. She moved to the Cape, full- time, shortly after college in 2000, and eventually settled in Falmouth in 2014, with her husband Rob. She is mom to her incredible autistic 6 –year-old son, Remy, stepmother to twins, William and Samantha, and eldest, Sophie who are all now young adults. Corinne is also a local community theatre director and actor and whose work on, and offstage, has been seen throughout the Cape. She also enjoys; knitting, crocheting, painting, reading, cooking and baking in her free time. In early 2018, her son Remy started on an artistic journey creating stunning images through fluid art. Corinne and her husband started “Remy’s Rainbows,” as a way to share Remy’s talents, as well as their unique journey with autism. You can follow their journey at www.remysrainbows.com and they can be found on FB, Twitter, Instagram and Etsy @remysrainbows.
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