Our horses bring health, happiness, and hope! A natural and fun therapy for physical, mental, emotional and behavioral challenges.

If you’ve ridden horses or enjoyed their gentle love, you know the experience is unlike any other. And for those with physical, mental, emotional or behavioral challenges, the interaction can be remarkably life changing.

Therapeutic horseback riding can enhance:
Strength, coordination, self-esteem, concentration, emotional states, posture, balance, a sense of well being, personal mobility, a feeling of independence.

How do these gentle, four-legged therapists help?
Horses and humans walk using a similar motion and gait. Horse movements cause riders to respond using natural body movements. Exercise equipment works specific muscle groups, where horseback riding promotes integrated “whole person” flow of movements. Students with physical disabilities improve their muscle strength, balance, flexibility, and coordination.

Our horses are also friendly, nonjudgmental companions. Their gentle natures improve mental and emotional states. The bond that develops between a horse and rider inspires a sense of teamwork, responsibility, communication, caring, and joy.

What sort of challenges can therapeutic riding help with?

  • Physical: injuries, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, stroke, spina-bifida, paralysis
  • Cognitive: autism, Down’ s syndrome, mental retardation, sensory integration disorder, attention deficit disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Fee: Six 1/2 hour lessons over 6 weeks – $ 210
Ages: 4 and up

Therapeutic Horseback Riding Application Packet 2022
Participant Annual Update 2022
Physician Annual Update 2022
Concussion Fact Sheet for Parents

New riders are evaluated during a private lesson. This evaluation lesson establishes the appropriate placement within the existing riding calendar for lessons.  Cost for an Evaluation Lesson is $70.

For more information, contact us!


Session 1 January 8 – February 18 February 19 – March 4
Session 2 March 5 – April 15 April 16 – April 29
Session 3 April 30 – June 17 (NO RIDING 5/23-5/30) June 18-June 19
Session 4 – Summer Session June 20 – July 29 Horse Camp
August 1 – 5 Jr. Advanced Rider Clinic
August 8 – 12 Advanced Rider Clinic
August 15 – 19 Adult Horse Camp
August 20 – September 9
Session 5 September 10 – October 21 October 22 – October 28
Session 6 October 29 – December 16 (NO RIDING 11/21-11/27) December 17, 2022 – January 6, 2023

Would you like to volunteer to help in our riding programs? Get more information here.