Therapeutic Riding At Centenary (TRAC) is recognized as a Premier Accredited Center and Higher Education Member by the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.). We facilitate beneficial interactions between horses and humans, and provide training and education to developing professionals in the field of Equine-Assisted Education and Therapy (EAAT).

TRAC is housed at the Centenary Equestrian Center, 40 Califon Road, Long Valley on Schooley’s Mountain. Through our therapeutic riding and horsemanship program, we serve children and adults with disabilities from North and Central New Jersey on a weekly basis and during summer camp. Through community partnerships, we also serve youth in our community who benefit from additional opportunities and support to achieve success. Through Operation Centaur, our well-established veterans’ program, we also provide the benefits of EAAT to military veterans and their family members.

TRAC offers volunteer opportunities to local high school students and other community members interested in assisting participants with disabilities.

Through our Instructor Training Course, we provide education and hands-on experience to those who would like to pursue the PATH Intl. Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor (CTRI) certification.

For more information or to apply for our programs, please visit (links coming soon!):

TRAC is grateful for donations of any amount that support our important missions. Donations are tax deductible. For more information on current needs, please visit our online wish list (coming soon). Monetary donations can be mailed to TRAC, c/o Centenary University, 400 Jefferson St., Hackettstown, NJ 07840.

For more information, please contact Karen Brittle, Director of TRAC, at or 908-852-1400 x 2174. Please also visit us on Facebook! We look forward to hearing from you with questions or to get involved!

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