Ride On provides therapeutic horseback riding for the disabled. It combines instruction in traditional horsemanship skills with concepts of physical therapy to improve the strength, balance and self-esteem of physically and mentally disabled children and adults. We also provide physical, occupational and speech therapy to disabled individuals using the movement of the horse to improve specific medical conditions. In our 19-year history we have now given over 75,000 safe and effective lessons and treatments.
Ride On offers recreational riding and Hippotherapy focusing on safety, fun, exercise and riding skills, developmental vaulting for riders as young as two years as well as competition opportunities. Ride On also teaches beginning riding to family members and volunteers. Ride On's programs are nationally accredited by PATH International.