Student and horse, Story, in front of the hay bales.

Adaptive Riding

Through our Adaptive Riding program students with physical, cognitive, and emotional challenges improve independence and functional life skills all while learning to ride. The rhythmic, three-dimensional and symmetrical movement of the horse provides physical benefits, and the connection and communication with both the horse and the community of the ranch foster social skills, emotional management, self-awareness, sensory integration, language skills and more. It is a fun, safe, and social environment, centered around interaction with the horse.

Equine-Assisted Learning

Our Equine-Assisted Learning program is an experiential learning program that promotes the development of life skills for educational, professional and personal growth through equine-assisted activities. With a focus on at-risk individuals (including individuals managing trauma, dealing with mental health challenges, or navigating significant life changes), EAL creates an environment for creating new toolsets for individuals to overcome challenges in the day-to-day. 

Student brushing Levi's mane.
Client leaning up against horse, Dude.

Counseling (Equine-Assisted)

Counseling (Equine-Assisted) is an interactive process in which a licensed mental health professional working with a PATH Certified Equine Specialist and suitable equine(s) to address psychotherapy goals set forth by the mental health professional and the client. These sessions can be individual sessions, group sessions, or family sessions that focus on various aspects of mental and psychological wellness.

Unbridled Warriors

Our Unbridled Warrior program is a no-cost weekly group session utilizing strategies from our Adaptive Riding and Equine Assisted Learning program to aid Veterans, current service members, and First Responders. Our Unbridled Warriors develop a bond of willing partnership through horsemanship and horseback riding that focuses on improving communication, reintegration techniques, and coping skills.