Southcentral Therapeutic Riding Inc

Therapeutic riding is becoming increasingly recognized as a popular means of providing recreation and contributing to the physical and emotional development of people with special needs. Numerous groups and individuals seek to offer this service and it is important for parents, care providers and health care professionals to understand how to make responsible choices among programs. Before discussing elements of a meaningful therapeutic riding program, it is important to understand what we mean by ‘therapeutic riding’.

Therapeutic Riding For Children & Adults

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Providing Challenges To Prepare For Life

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Creating Moments To Grow & Learn

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Southcentral Therapeutic Riding, Inc. (STRIDE) would like to extend its deepest appreciation to the Mat-Su Health Foundation for the grant award received in January 2022 to support our Veteran’s Resilience Workshop. This workshop was very successful as evidenced by the immediate positive participant feedback.  Since that time, we have had numerous contacts and interest from …

NEIGH-MASTE Friends! Horse Yoga Fundraiser!! Tuesday, June 21 (SUMMER SOLSTICE!) Time:  5:30 to 6:30 PM At The Ridge (4351 E Bogard Road) Mile 4 Bogard, Directly across from Highline Drive Please bring you own mat and water Instructor:  Veronica Wolf (Certified Yoga Instructor) Cost:  $25.00 per person Please join us for a fun evening!!  Let’s …

Welcome to our 2022 Tea, Tack and Treasures Sale.  We will be hosting a tea party with snacks, a tack sale, and a treasures sale at The Ridge Riding Facility on June 4, 2022 from 2pm – 4pm. You can purchase tickets by clicking here, visiting, or you can call us at 907-373-7716 for …

“Through a special partnership with horses, Southcentral Therapeutic Riding offers a holistic approach to improve the bodies, minds and spirits of children and adults with special health needs.”