What We Do
Helping people embrace their journey. And become more.
At Cloverleaf, there is an opportunity for everyone — children diagnosed with autism, cerebral palsy or Down syndrome; teens coping with abuse; young adults struggling with substance use disorders; elderly adults experiencing early signs of dementia or veterans regaining balance while recovering from PTSD.
Through therapeutic horseback riding, equine-assisted learning, physical and psychotherapy incorporating horses, or other equine-assisted services, Cloverleaf helps to build and focus on individuals’ abilities rather than disabilities. Cloverleaf horses help humans learn, improve and grow in ways that strengthen their body and mind, build confidence and ability, and encourage resilience.
Discover all the possibilities that come from working and bonding with horses — at Cloverleaf.
Get involved with Cloverleaf. Bring your passion, your skills and your heart and make a meaningful impact in client lives.
Cloverleaf Equine Center, at O’Shaughnessy Farm, is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) that helps each individual realize their highest potential by providing equine-assisted services to people with disabilities, youth from marginalized communities, recovering military personnel, and others in need in an inclusive, community setting.
To inspire and enrich people, families and communities through the power of the horse.
We are dedicated to working together around our core values of:
Safety – First and foremost
Community – Awareness, respect and compassion
Well-Being – Strong physical and emotional health
Excellence – Heart and hard work
Joy – An attitude of positivity and gratitude
Equine-assisted services offer accessible, customizable (and fun!) ways for people of all ages and backgrounds to build:
Our newly-constructed indoor riding arena is complete and open to all! Come enjoy this expanded and beautiful new facility, where more people than ever can come to ride, grow and thrive.
Cloverleaf offers experiential learning through group horsemanship, team building exercises, and other engaging activities designed to develop relationships with the self and others.
Services and Programs
Units of service provided to individuals, military clients, youth from marginalized communities and children recovering from cancer
Total volunteer hours