Ander playing the Xylophone on the Sensory Trail
Ander is focused on making music at the Xylophone station on the Rotary Sensory Trail. Learning to focus is a important part of therapeutic horseman that’s also a valuable life skill.

Ander is still a Rock Star, but riding at Turning Point has made a big difference in his life.  His self control has gone from zero to 60 to the point that he is in control of a 1200 pound horse like Isaiah.  Gifts from donors like you have made that happen!


As a 501(C)3 organization, all donations to Turning Point Ranch are both tax-deductible and changing lives. Some specific ways to make a difference are listed below, but if you are interested in donating materials, horses, or your time, please contact us at or call 405-269-2225.



Meet the Difference Makers Who Give

Adopt A Horse ($1,342)

Our unique therapy horses are all very different. Tank is both sturdy and energetic enough to carry mature riders ready for independence.  Cash is so patient with new riders yet so curious we have to double lock all gates.  Isaiah is our power potato – a pony that gets rounder on air!

The twelve horses currently serving at Turning Point are key partners in the results our clients achieve. Each horse is carefully chosen for temperament, gait and intelligence.  They come in all breeds, sizes and colors but they share a heart for the lives they change and the bonds they build with people facing challenges.  It’s not an easy job and for most of our herd, it’s a second or third career.  Each horse is fed a specific diet by volunteers who love horses and watch ours carefully for health issues.  By adopting a horse, you give riders the security that “their” horse will be ready to ride!

Fund a Scholarship ($300 per semester)

Turning Point serves Middle School, Junior High and High School special education students through a contract with the Stillwater Public Schools.   Private clients who are older, younger or homeschooled  pay tuition of $25 per session for a 12 week semester.  Funding a scholarship, offsets the cost of therapy for one rider for one semester or lowers the cost of riding for a child for an entire year.

Other Ways To Keep Turning Point Turning:

There are items large and small that could make a real difference in the day to day operations at Turning Point so the focus is on the clients and horses.  Perhaps you have an item you could donate or a group of friends that could contribute to a purchase or dollars that can offset a cost.

Sustaining support for Turning Point    $20 a month to celebrate the 20 Years of Service

Book sponsorship for the HorseTales Literacy Program – two books per first-grader – $10 per child

Gift Cards in any amount from:  WalMart,  Stillwater Milling, Lowes
Gasoline cards in any amount
Fly Spray
Duct Tape
English saddle leathers
Stiff Bristle Corn Brooms
Brown Priefert panels to augment existing panels