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Mission Statement

The Pegasus Therapeutic Riding Academy program partners with horses, utilizing their movement and the important bond between horse and rider, to promote improved physical and emotional well-being and independence for individuals with disabilities. At Pegasus we provide therapeutic exercise in various forms always emphasizing ability and maintaining an environment of respect and trust for our riders, volunteers and horses.


A therapeutic riding program that provides equine assisted activities and therapy to people with disabilities.



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Average Review 2 reviews

Would you recommend Pegasus Therapeutic Riding Academy, Inc.?

by A J. (August 24, 2017)
I arrived at Pegasus Therapeutic Riding Academy a few weeks ago for my orientation. When I arrived, there was no one around to guide me to the orientation room. When I finally saw 2 girls in the barn area, I approached them and simply asked where I was supposed to go for orientation. One girl looked at me and continued to talk to her friend and play with a little barn dog. I asked again, and this time she looked at me and then walked away. My jaw dropped open and I stood still for a minute before the other girl said "can I help you?" Even though she clearly heard me ask where I was supposed to go, twice. She finally pointed to the direction I was supposed to go. Both girls were either volunteers or workers, I'm not sure. Either way, the staff should be more willing to help guide new volunteers on orientation days. I didn't bother staying after this encounter. I also saw other guests who were there for orientation wandering around aimlessly. It was a horrible first impression.
by Brillanha M. (January 17, 2016)
This Organization is helping Those with disabilities, making a change. And doing something different.