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Stable Pathways

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It doesn't feel like work!

UNFORTUNATELY, WE ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19. Once advancements are made in managing or eliminating the virus, we will assess programming and reopen if it's deemed safe to do so. Please take care!
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We need you! Come join us in our program of Horses in Service for People Living with Disabilities!

You don't need to know anything about horses or disabilities to participate - we will train you! We want enthusiastic, dependable volunteers (ages 15+) to join us. You sidewalk next to the horse, guarding and cheering on a special needs rider. With horse experience, you may lead the horse for the rider. Volunteers come early to get the horses ready. Reliability is a must. Visit our website for more information about the volunteer positions available and what we're looking for in a volunteer.

Days and times vary; contact us for information. This listing covers Summer and Autumn, nine weeks each.

Thank you. We can't serve our riders without you.

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About Stable Pathways


PO BOX 436, CEDAR,, MN 55011, US

Mission Statement

Stable Pathways - Horses in Service to People Living with Disabilities Our mission is to empower, strengthen, and inspire those living with disabilities through horse-assisted activities.


In 2009, we began Stable Pathways horse-assisted therapeutic activities for people living with physical and cognitive challenges. We offer programming so they can experience the many benefits of riding or interacting with horses!

For a rider, the movement of the horse can improve balance, stability, muscle tone, flexibility, core strength, focus, and coordination.

And there is more to horse-assisted therapeutic activities than just physical benefits - a relationship with a horse may increase self-confidence, promote self-discovery, and encourage sensitivity and nurturing towards animals and people.

Health & Medicine
People with Disabilities


We'll work with your schedule.


430 209th Ave NWOak Haven Farm Boarding StablePO Box 436Cedar, MN 55011


  • Animal Care / Handling




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 15
  • Orientation or Training
  • Approx. 4 hours on 1 day per week; for 9 weeks.
  • Physical activity. Dependability a must!

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