To assist individuals with special needs in achieving their full potential through interaction with horses.
Spirit Horse is a 501c3 non-profit organization that continues to offer instructor training in our proven riding therapy program for children and adults. We have trained over 600 instructors through the years and helped start centers worldwide. The program has had such a positive impact in the lives of others, the focus is to train other instructors to spread the positive results over a larger segment of the population replicating our proven methods.
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Tomorrow morning, literally thousands of children worldwide will be speaking when they previously could not. Thousands of children will walk when doctors said they wouldn’t. Many teens are on the right path and making the most of their lives. Countless people have had their lives improved, all because you and others like you elected to help.
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What Our Riders Are Saying
Horse therapy helped this child sit up on his own for the first time!
“The change in Emma’s posture, attitude, confidence, and curiosity are above compare. I hoped for a physical benefit from the therapy for my daughter, but I never imagined the amount of emotional benefits she would have as well. If it wasn’t for SpiritHorse, we probably wouldn’t be where we are today with regards to Emma’s physical and social abilities!”
Learning to ride and direct a horse isn’t something that just anyone can do, and Megan’s self-confidence grows as he learns new skills during her sessions. Her charisma shines as she interacts with her instructors and the volunteer staff who assist in his lessons!”
Andrew’s diagnosis affects his physical ability to walk. He is highly social and loves being active, and is in his wheelchair for long hours. Riding on the back of a warm horse stretches those tight muscles and gives him an opportunity to develop and maintain head, neck, and trunk control.