What We Do
Therapeutic Riding helps people with challenges to develop muscles, social skills, focus, self control and abilities to live and work in our community
The HorseTales Literacy Program with Highland Park Elementary, a Title One School in Stillwater, gets first graders excited about reading and learning
Whether taking the mini horses to an assisted living center or bringing trauma survivors to work with horses unmounted, sessions produce new skills
In addition, hundreds of OSU students earn Academic and Community Service Credit along with resume-building skills through volunteer hours at Turning Point
Our Barn in Numbers
Miles the Feed Team walks each month caring for horses
Books given to First Graders in seven years of Literacy Programs
Medals won by 15 riders at Special Olympics Equestrian
Children and Adults touched in Community Outreach events in 2019
Why Futures are Riding on Your Support
The impact of therapeutic riding is making a big difference in the lives of people who are often left on the sidelines due to diagnoses like:
- Down Syndrome
- Developmental Delay
- Attention Deficit Disorder
- Brain Injury
- Trauma Issues
Your support gives them a chance to build skills they can use to live a full life contributing their unique abilities.
“Look at this Report Card”
“What Are You Doing?”
News From the Barn:
Come join us Saturday, October 5th for our annual “Ridin’ Shotgun” Clayshoot at the Payne County Fairgrounds.
Dreams are riding on your support.
How does a “Salad Bar for Horses” spark communication and mobility for folks at the Life Center? It’s not as simple as it sounds…