Caring for the Herd
Your sponsorship is very important in supporting the backbone of our program
– our horses.
Sponsor a Horse
Caring for our herd, currently of nine horses, is a significant part of our program budget. On average, it costs approximately $2,000/horse each year to provide each of our horses with food, bedding, dental, veterinary, farrier, tack, and blankets. In addition to the costs to keep them fed and healthy, there is also the cost of the hours required to exercise, groom, and care for the herd.
MakING a Donation
Riding with Hope participants receive the highest quality therapeutic and adaptive riding experiences available. Our horses are a vital part of these experiences. Our horses receive the highest level of care from our staff, veterinarians, and trained volunteers. We believe that if our horses are healthy and happy they will provide the best service they can to help us achieve our mission.
What we do
We offer riding lessons (private 1 hour and group 30 min) to those with disabilities.
private Horseback riding lessons
We offer private 1 hour riding lessons to those in the community and surrounding areas.
Equine Assisted activities
This includes grooming, leading, and learning about horses without riding.
3 day weekly Summer camp for ages 7-14 during the months of June and July to learn and interact with horse.
Volunteer’s provide valuable assistance leading horses, walking beside riders, and also in the care of the horses.
Legacy of HOpe
Legacy gifts to Home of Hope can be designated for any purpose that fits the passion and interests of the donor. For information on how a donation today or a planned gift in the future can ensure that Home of Hope’s equine program continues well into the future, contact Ralph Richardson or call 918-256-7825, ext. 1010.
What Drives Us
Riding with Hope provides Equine Assisted Services that contribute positively to the cognitive, physical, emotional, and social well-being of individuals with disabilities. Our mission is to empower the people with developmental and intellectual disabilities as they make progress in their daily lives and believe in themselves.
Volunteers provide valuable assistance leading horses, walking beside some riders, and helping groom, saddle, and feed the horses. Weekday riding sessions are held in the mornings and late afternoon/early evening making it convenient to volunteer anytime during the day. If you need volunteer hours, need something to do with your evenings, miss being around horses, or just want to make a difference in someone’s life, we would be glad to talk to you about volunteering.
All about horses summer camp
Every week in July 2023
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Clients Fun day
October 28th, 2023