Here at Reno Riding the focus is on fun and learning. Through camps and group lessons, individual lessons and fun activities students learn everything about horses and riding. Both children and adults are able to enjoy their time in the perfect relaxed ranch setting here in Reno, NV. Hands on experience from the ground up gives each student a developed sense of confidence and ability with the horse. We are so pleased to be able to offer a huge variety of services and amazing interactions with our special rescues. equine therapy
therapy sessions

Personal Therapy -


One Hour: $55.00


Group Therapy -






Online payment and scheduling for therapy coming soon!
what is PATH

PATH Intl. Mission


The Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.) promotes safety and optimal outcomes in equine-assisted activities and therapies for individuals with special needs.


PATH Intl. Vision


The Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.) is a global authority, resource and advocate for equine-assisted activities and therapies and the equines in this work that inspire and enrich the human spirit.


What is PATH Intl.?


PATH Intl. was founded in 1969 as the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association (NARHA) to promote safe and effective therapeutic horseback riding throughout the United States and Canada. Today, PATH Intl. has more than 850 member centers and nearly 7,600 individual members in countries all over the world, who help and support more than 54,000 men, women and children with special needs each year through a variety of equine-assisted activities and therapies programs.


Though PATH Intl. began with a focus on horseback riding as a form of physical and mental therapy, the organization and its dedicated members have since developed a multitude of different equine-related activities for therapeutic purposes, collectively known as equine-assisted activities and therapies (or EAAT). Besides horseback riding, EAAT also includes therapeutic carriage driving; interactive vaulting, which is similar to gymnastics on horseback; equine-facilitated learning and mental health, which use the horse as a partner in cognitive and behavioral therapy, usually with the participation of a licensed therapist; ground work and stable management; and PATH Intl. Equine Services for Heroes, which uses a variety of EAAT disciplines specifically to help war veterans and military personnel. In addition, many of PATH Intl.’s 25 volunteer-driven committees are working on identifying and refining even more disciplines and activities that might be put to use in the world of EAAT.


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