Sensory Trail Grand Opening!

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  Our NEW Saddle Safari Discovery Trail will offer riders with special needs the opportunity to improve motor, social, emotional and cognitive functions while exposing them to natural surroundings filled with sights, sounds , smells and tactile sensations. Stops along the trail have been specically designed to stimulate the riders’ senses in different ways ,… Read more »

Equest Center’s Mission

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We improve quality of life through equine-based therapy to physically, mentally and socially/emotionally challenged individuals. Our unique program integrates academic, social and physical skills, using the horse as a catalyst.

Our Therapists Have Warm Hearts, Strong Backs, and Flowing Manes

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…and love to be paid with carrots and hugs! Horses are a wonderful medium for relationships and for therapy in a natural environment. Riding therapy has proven to be a highly motivational and enriching therapeutic and educational modality for students to escape their crutches, wheelchairs & disabilities, replacing them with the gentle gait of a well-trained… Read more »

Our Volunteers make a difference!

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Equest Center’s Volunteers… We’re NOT just Horsin’ Around! Throughout the course of each week we benefit from the kindness and giving spirit of many volunteers at Equest. Individuals of all ages — from retired citizens to today’s youth come together to share their skills and devotion to better the lives of the challenged members of… Read more »

Looking for a great way to give back?

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Partner with Equest Center!  Equest offers the opportunity for riders to use their strengths, improve on their weaknesses and reach their personal and therapeutic goals in a fun, exciting environment. To put it simply – Equest provides therapy disguised as fun! The Equest Center for Therapeutic Riding, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)3 charity. Your support enables… Read more »