Lily Creek Farms Therapeutic Riding Center
419-785-6763
Amanda Romero
    Instructor
Jami Young
    Founder, Executive Director
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About Lily Creek Farms
We offer professional instructors, caring volunteers, and gentle horses. Our human-animal team provides rewarding and breakthrough experiences to improve the quality of our students' lives. 

No other therapeutic recreational activity provides so many benefits in such a holistic manner.  We have worked with and have witnessed results in people of many ages and abilities. 

Students learn confidence, build strength, balance, and coordination along with gaining a sense of independence and freedom from his or her disabilities.  We feel blessed to experience little miracles every day!
Jami is a Certified Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning through PATH International. She enjoys interacting with the students and volunteers at LCF, especially the kids! Jami is a graduate of Defiance High School and has taken courses in psychology, criminal justice, and event planning at Defiance College and the University of Toledo.
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Adaleigh Faulhaber
    Training Coordinator
Addee was a 13-year member of Williams County 4-H, and now judges 4-H projects for multiple counties. She has a passion for teaching safety around horses to all of our volunteers, and provides training for all of our programs. Addee has a degree in Marketing from Northwest State. She is pictured here with Dyani demonstrating horse yoga.
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Our Staff
Raegan Eltzroth
    Barn Manager, Instructor
Kelly Conner
    Volunteer Coordinator
Kelly is the mother of two wonderful kids, and has been married for 4 years to her best friend. She loves animals of all kinds but has a special place in her heart for horses. She is an EMT, and plans to finish her medic next year. Kelly loves meeting all types of new people. In her spare time, she loves crafting, reading, writing, and camping.
Raegan was a 13-year 4-H member and has attended County and State Fair with her horses. She has spent the last several years following the Ohio Quarter Horse shows with AQHA Professional Horsemen and has worked for several boarding and training facilities in between. Raegan is certified in Equine Business and Management. She has also taken courses in Ag Business at Wilmington College and Human and Social Services at Columbus State. 
Amanda is a PATH Certified Riding Instructor. Her lessons are very informative, interactive, and fun! She has showed horses all over the country in many disciplines, and is very active in 4-H. She also is our driver for the LCF "Team Chance" Program. In addition to her herd of horses, chickens, and ducks at her farm, she has two children to train.