Loren Gineris, P.T
Loren received her Physical Therapy degree in 1993 from The University of Mississippi at The University of Mississippi Medical Center. She Specializes in Neurological and Pediatric Rehabilitation in a Variety of Settings, Including Inpatient and Outpatient Centers, Pediatric Home Health, Neonatal Intensive Care, and School-Based Treatment. She has Completed the American Hippotherapy Association Level I and Level II Hippotherapy Training Courses and is a PATH Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor. Since 2007, Loren Has Been using Hippotherapy as a treatment tool for her Pediatric and Adult clients in the Natural Setting. She is also co-author of the Book Dynamic Treatments for the Hippotherapy Client. Loren has Ridden Hunter/Jumper Horses Since the age of 7 and loves combining her experience of riding with her profession. In 2012, she opened her business, Strides In Motion, at Bull Run Equestrian Center and in 2020, Strides in Motion Moved to Happy Hooves Therapeutic Farm.
Happy Hooves Therapeutic Farm
Happy Hooves Therapeutic Farm is a warm and welcoming farm where Therapist can serve their Clients with Animal- Assisted Therapies. Situated on 5.61 Acres of Beautiful Green Farmland, Happy Hooves is Home to 4 Horses, 11 Chicks/(Soon to be Chickens), 3 Bunnies, 2 Goats, 2 Dogs and 1 Tortoise!
A Child's Work is Play! Our Adorable Animals Make Hard Work Fun!
Flemish GIANT Rabbits!
Annabella, Daisy Mae, and Skittles
These Three are the Cutest Biggest Rabbits Around! When Fully Grown, They Will Weigh an Astonishing 20 Pounds Each! Their Favorite Treats are Lettuce, Carrots, and Bananas! They Love Walks In The Barnyard! Come By and See Them!
Meet The Hens!
Our Eleven Hens Are a Mix of Buff Orpington, Easter Eggers, and Dark Brahma Breed Chickens. They Are Getting Bigger Every Day and are Curious, Friendly, and A Blast to Watch. Their Favorite Treats are Dried Mealworms!
Princess Buttercup and Tinkerbell are Happy Hooves' Newest Animals! They Are Only 8 Weeks Old but They Already Love Their New Home! They Love Treats, and Being The Center of Attention