Who: Adopt-a-Horse accepts children into our program from the ages of 6-10
What: Adopt-A-Horse is a FREE program that mentors children in horse management, classical English riding, and hunter and dressage competitions.
Where: Adopt-a-Horse takes place at 4051 US Rt 35 East, West Alexandria, Ohio in our indoor premier equestrian center.
When? Adopt-a-Horse accepts new students each year into our beginners program. It starts the first Tuesday of March. Program times are divided into two groups of students that run from 4:00 to 5:30 and from 5:30 to 7:00.
Why? Hill Top is a faith based ministry that use our horses as a tool to encourage your child to come to a saving relationship with Jesus Christ as they learn the road to privilege is paved with responsibility
How? Please email your child's age, name, and contact info to email@example.com. You will be contacted for our orientation that takes place the last Saturday in February.
Who: Team Red accepts Boys into our program from the ages of 10-19.
What: Team Red is a FREE program meeting weekly to train young boys in, practical skills, and working hard using hand and power tools.
Where: Team Red takes place at 4051 US Rt 35 East, West Alexandria, Ohio in our Maintenance Warehouse .
When? Team Red accepts new students each year the first Tuesday of March. Program time Start at 5:30pm and ends at 7:00pm
Why? We hope to use the tools and skills that we have learn as opportunity to Point them to Jesus for salvation and Grow to be Real Men. (not Slugs on the couch)
How? Please email your child's age, name, and contact info to WestonCorder@gmail.com. You will be contacted for our orientation that takes place the last Saturday in February.
Who: S.O.W.E.R.S. welcomes children grades 1st – 6th. S.P.R.O.U.T.S. welcomes 3 year olds (potty-trained) up through Kindergarteners.
What: S.O.W.E.R.S. is an outgrowth of the children’s ministry of Jacob’s Well Fellowship and stands for Students Of the Well Exploring Real Science. S.P.R.O.U.T.S. stands for Sowers Preschoolers Researching Our Universe Through the Spirit.
Where: S.O.W.E.R.S. takes place at 4051 US Rt 35 East, West Alexandria, Ohio in our “Warehouse” classroom (the white building at the front of the property) and around the beautiful HillTop property’s garden, creek, and woods.
S.P.R.O.U.T.S. takes place in the South Observation room of HillTop’s big red barn.
When? S.O.W.E.R.S. welcomes students to attend Wednesdays 7:00 to 8:00pm and in the Summer (June – August) from 6:30 to 8:00pm.
S.P.R.O.U.T.S. is Wednesdays 7:00 to 8:00pm, parents are welcome to attend Bible Study in the same building during the same time.
Why? Hill Top is a faith based ministry that uses Nature as a tool to encourage your child to come to a saving relationship with Jesus Christ as they learn the evidence of God through what He has made.
How? For more information please email Rick Turnbull, S.O.W.E.R.S. director firstname.lastname@example.org
Who: EquiTherapy is offered to children with special needs (physical, cognitive, developmental) ages 4 to 18.
What: EquiTherapy is a FREE program uniquely addressing both the physical and spiritual growth of children with special needs. The horse is used as a tool to address each child’s specific physical challenges. Instructors include two licensed physical therapy professionals and three certified therapeutic riding instructors.
Where: EquiTherapy takes place at HillTop Equestrian Center (4051 US Route 35E, West Alexandria, OH 45381) in our premier indoor riding arena and in our devotions classroom.
When: EquiTherapy takes place on Monday evenings from 5:00-7:00pm. Children attend a one hour session consisting of 30 minutes of ride time on the horse with our instructors and 30 minutes of Bible devotions time with our pastoral staff. EquiTherapy offers 2-3 sessions per year, each session lasting 8-10 weeks in duration, depending on scheduling.
Why: EquiTherapy is offered to enhance physical development and encourage children in a saving relationship with Jesus Christ.
How: Please contact Amy Day at to discuss whether your child is appropriate for EquiTherapy and for placement on our waiting list.