AffiliationUniversity of Southern Indiana
TitleHealing Reins Horse Sensory Trail
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AbstractThe purpose of this project is to design a sensory trail with a surrounding site plan that is a welcoming environment for those involved in Healing Reins. This will assist riders of Healing Reins with sensory activities throughout their trail experience. Each of the 13 stations are designed to allow riders to practice sensory activities along an engineered trail that assists riders, horses, instructors, and an inviting environment. These stations include the welcome, magnetic chalk board, motor skills, car wash, sound, bean bag toss, texture board, smell, bridge, basketball, stretch, matching mural, and tire squeeze stations The trail is to be for those with special needs, horses, and any family members of those special needs riders. Tasks that were performed prior to completion of this project includes: discussion with Monica Fella and Stacy Denton to gather ideas, survey, design of trail with 3 options, design of rain garden, design of planting plan, creation of estimate, and finally creation of final plan set.
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