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‘We are all people’: Cowboy Town puts integration and people first

Cowboy Town Stables Shanna Pandohie-Scott says the therapeutic horsemanship offered in her programs goes beyond equestrian.

“We want the children to meet each other and understand that people are just people, and that they don’t need to be viewed differently.”

Cowboy Town Stables integrates disabled and non-disabled children, with young riders given leadership roles, making  integration mutually beneficial.

“We want them to work together in life and we want the more able bodied people or the people that don’t have special needs to look at people with special needs just like people.”

The stables vision aims ‘partnering with horses and inspiring people to discover unknown capabilities’, and Pandohie-Scott says it comes down to finding kindness within oneself.

“We are all people, we all want to be accepted in our communities we all want to have opportunities.”

Helping people discover their full potential through their love of horses.


About the author

Jordan Armenise

Jordan Armenise

Jordan Armenise began his sports broadcasting journey with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League (CFL). It was in this role where he was able to craft the immersive and enthusiastic approach to reporting, broadcasting and production you see here today in Cayman's sports community.

Jordan has also worked behind the scenes for a number of Canadian broadcasting & production companies such as CBC Sports, Cineflix Productions and Cream Productions.

Did he mention he was St. Clare of Assisi's 1994 Athlete of the Year?

Now dubbed 'The Sports Guy', Jordan relishes the role as Cayman 27 Sports Producer, where he can tell the stories of Cayman’s athletes. You can reach Jordan at 333.6521 or

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