At BOH-PEP we aim to provide an environment to support:
  • Safety and accomplishment
  • Learning, attention and listening skills
  • Improved motor coordination and balance
  • Core Strengthening
  • Improved fine motor skills
  • Socialization and group cooperation skills
  • Encouragement, laughter & support
We invite you to check us out! The Oakland County 4H Proud Equestrian Program (PEP) is a therapeutic as well as emotional end recreational program for people who are mentally and/or physically challenged. Bloomfield Open Hunt Proud Equestrian Program (BOH-PEP) is one such club.

Lessons are designed with the individual rider in mind. Lessons support:
  • Improvement of physical and cognitive skills
  • Attention and listening skills
  • Socialization and group cooperation skills
Families and volunteers share the rider’s joy as they accomplish goals, connect with their horses and helpers and experience success. This shared experience creates a bond among families, their rider, horse and volunteers. This bond we hope lessens the sense of isolation that families often experience.

BOH-PEP holds three sessions annually: Spring, Summer and Fall - Mondays, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm at:

           the Bloomfield Open Hunt Club
405 E. Long Lake Road at Kensington Road
        Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48304

   Volunteer Coordinator : Mame Von Bargen

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