Dr. Heidi Brady, email@example.com
806-742-2805 ext. 243
Tangi Irwin, firstname.lastname@example.org
806-792-4683 TTRC office at Texas Tech Equestrian Center
806-784-0338 TTRC Fax
Texas Tech Therapeutic Riding Center
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX 79409
Texas Tech Equestrian Center
5712 CR 1500
Lubbock, TX 79407
Dr. Heidi Brady
Dr. Heidi Brady is an Associate Professor in Animal and Food Sciences at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, where she is the co-director of Texas Tech Therapeutic Riding Center. She teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in Equine Assisted Therapy at Texas Tech as well as directs the Texas Tech Ranch Horse Center. Heidi received her Ph.D. from Texas A&M University and is a Diplomat in Animal Physiology in the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientist. She is a PATH, Intl. Registered Therapeutic Riding Instructor and serves on the PATH, Intl. Publications Task Force . She is presently participating in the USDA Exemplary Teachers in Service-Based Learning National study involving therapeutic riding classes. She has presented many oral and poster presentations both nationally and internationally in the field of Equine Science.
806-742-2805 ext. 243
Tangi has been involved with TTRC for over 10 years. She began as a volunteer, then worked her way up as a student, a teaching assistant and now staff.
Tangi is a PATH, Intl. Registered Therapeutic Riding Instructor, a Special Olympics Equestrian Coach, a trained PATH, Intl. mentor for instructors-in-training and a site visitor for PATH, Intl. Tangi has a B.S. in Biology from Texas Tech and an M.S. in Animal Science from Texas Tech. She did her Master's Thesis over The Benefits of Therapeutic Riding for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
She is originally from Levelland and currently resides in Lubbock with her husband, Keith, three dogs and two horses.
Lisa is a PATH, Intl. Registered Therapeutic Riding Instructor, and is currently pursuing a PATH, Intl. Advanced Therapeutic Riding Certification. She is an Alumni of Texas Tech University with a B.S. in Agricultural Education.
Lisa got her start in therapeutic riding in 2006 when she donated her retired show horse, Ace, to a program near Austin. She then became a volunteer, started instructor training and became a PATH (then NARHA) registered instructor. Lisa was involved in many parts of the program as the Equine Director, leading the Horses for Heroes and Competition Team, and instructing in the chemical dependency and therapeutic riding divisions. Lisa went on to head a smaller program in the Austin area. It was such a joy to work with so many wonderful volunteers and magnificent horses. Lisa's passion is showing horses. She loves to share this with students as they prepare for Special Olympics and other area shows. Currently, she is preparing her horse Teddy to hit the APHA circuit. Lisa resides with her husband Max, 3 dogs and 4 horses in Shallowater