Bradford, Vt., Woman Is High Horses Program Director

Norwich — Sue Miller, of Bradford, Vt., has been named program director of High Horses Therapeutic Riding Program.

The program provides case-specific lessons addressing the physical, emotional, social and cognitive challenges of special needs children and adults.

Miller has been with High Horses for the past 16 years as a part-time therapeutic riding instructor, and she has also been the horse herd coordinator. She is the nonprofit’s Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International site representative, keeping High Horses a nationally accredited site under the association’s standards, High Horses said in a recent news release.

She also serves as the association’s international Vermont state chairwoman.

In her new role, Miller will oversee the High Horse instructors and other staff, build program collaborations with other service agencies and professionals, and schedule lessons for High Horse programs, which are offered year round, the organization said.

— Staff report