"Every time our son rides we see an incremental improvement in his skills. To us this is huge! We have seen incredible joy in our son and in the other children."

Kim Sinclair, Mother

Interactive Horsemanship Program

We offer three types of lessons in our Interactive Horsemanship Program. They are mounted equine activities/lessons, non-mounted activities/lessons and equine management training.  

Lessons are held on

  • Lessons are Tuesday through Friday from 2 pm to 4:45 pm and Saturdays from 9 am to 11:45 am.

  • Summer Quarter lessons are Tuesday through Saturday from 9:00 am to 11:45 am due to the heat in the afternoons.

General Lesson Information

  • 10 weeks of lessons in a session

  • Cost: $500p/session due at the first lesson

  • Summer Pony Camps are one week, Tuesday through Friday and the cost is $200

  • 1/2 hour lessons

  • The lesson may have 1, 2, or 3 participants

  • 175 lb. the weight limit for riders in mounted lessons requiring side walkers and a leader

Mounted Equine Activities/Lessons

  • Conducted as single participant or double participant lessons. A triple participant lesson may take place at the discretion of the instructor.

  • Riding skills are taught.

  • Horseback riding works the ambulatory, core and posture muscles, improves balance, and fine motor function. The interaction with other riders and the volunteers promotes better socialization skills.

Non-Mounted Equine Activities/Lessons 

  • Conducted as single participant or double participant lessons.  A group participant lesson may take place at the discretion of the instructor.

  • Enrollment is available to new, novice, existing, and advanced/independent participants who meet Ride to Fly’s medical and instructors’ approval.

  • This program brings the participant ground level with the horse.

  • The participant interacts with the horse by leading, grooming, tacking, and untacking the horse. The participant also learns to care for and feed the horse.

  • This program enables the participant to use their power of observation of the horse to tap into their own physical, emotional, behavioral, and non-verbal communication.