Silver Lining Riding’s Adaptive Riding and Adaptive Horsemanship programs focus on teaching riding and horsemanship skills while challenging students physically, cognitively, and socially.
A disability does not have to limit a person from riding horses. In fact, experiencing the motion of a horse can be very therapeutic. Horseback riding rhythmically moves the body in a manner similar to a human gait, and students with physical disabilities often show improvement in flexibility, balance, and muscle strength. Our certified riding instructors work with students as young as four to motivate and assist them in safely developing independent skills that can carry over to their everyday lives. Read more