Saddle Up’s EAL program partners with the school or group to schedule students to participate in a 2-hour class which includes hands on interaction with the horses. Horse interaction is focused on learning unmounted horsemanship skills. For mounted horsemanship skills, please see our Therapeutic Riding program. The class is led by a PATH International Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning and supported by educators and volunteers as needed. The class time can be adjusted to meet the needs of the school or group.
Saddle Up! develops goals in conjunction with the participating school and/or group. Saddle Up! works with the school and/or to do a pre and post-assessment based on the goals that are being addressed. Rather than focusing on individual needs, the focus is on concepts and principles related to academics, life skills, and social skills.
If you would like to get your school, classroom, or group involved as a participant in our Equine Assisted Learning program, please contact our Program Director. If you would like to be involved in Equine Assisted Learning as a volunteer, please contact our Volunteer Services Director.
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Monday - Thursday 9am - 7pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 8am - 4pm
Please contact us during these hours for assistance. We are closed Sundays & major holidays, except for special events.
If you have questions or would like more information about our program, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Saddle Up! is the region’s oldest and largest recreational therapeutic riding program, and it is the only one exclusively serving children and youth with disabilities.
Saddle Up!’s mission is to provide children and youth with disabilities the opportunity to grow and develop through therapeutic, educational and recreational activities with horses.