Therapeutic Horseback Riding
Therapeutic riding uses equine-assisted activities for the purpose of contributing positively to cognitive, physical, emotional and social well-being of people with disabilities. Therapeutic riding provides benefits in the areas of health, education, sport and recreation & leisure.
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) incorporates horses experientially for emotional growth and learning. It is a collaborative effort between a licensed therapist and a horse professional working with the clients and horses to address treatment goals.
Equine Assisted Learning
Equine assisted learning is an experiential learning approach which promotes the development of life skills. This focus on life skills can be related to academic achievement and classroom behavior, personal growth and exploration or professional pursuits such as leadership development, team building and executive coaching.
Recreational Horseback Riding Lessons
Lessons revolve around mounted riding instruction with an emphasis on ground and mounted safety. If you're not familiar with how to care for a horse and how to tack up, that will also be included in your lesson. We teach beginner and intermediate students.


Individual Opportunities
Volunteers are the heart and soul of Reins to Recovery. Individual opportunities include serving on a committee, side walking, horse leading, helping with various stable jobs, grant writing, fundraising and more. To learn more about becoming a volunteer click join us below.
Group Opportunities
Scheduled groups can come out to Reins to Recovery to work on large scale projects. To find a list of projects that are needing an assigned volunteer group click join us below.

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From Columbus:
Follow HWY 31 South, towards Seymour
We are located on US 31, on the North edge of Reddington

From Seymour:
Follow HWY 31 North, towards Columbus
We are located on US 31, on the North edge of Reddington