Professional staff work closely alongside volunteers with riders to ensure safe riding sessions. A new rider is usually assisted by two side-walkers who stay one on each side the horse, as well as a horse leader, so a minimum of three volunteers are needed per student! No horse experience necessary!
Summer Adventure Session T-Shirts are here – order yours today and make sure to check out the other great Pegasus merchandise that you can buy to show your horsey spirit – proceeds go towards programming improvements!
“Matthew’s progress has been amazing! Thanks to hippotherapy he has made huge strides! He has increased his range of motion, increased core strength, he can now run (everywhere he goes!), his confidence has soared, and the list goes on and on! Thank you to ALL who make this possible. Not only does it give him an outlet to look forward to each week, it helps prove to him and the rest of the world that he is more than a diagnosis!” – Beth H., Matthew’s Mom
Summer adventure sessions for our special children and their able-bodied siblings start on June 1st and run on a weekly basis from then, with the last session starting on July 20th. Activities include riding lessons plus horsemanship, arts and crafts, games and more!
As a non-profit organization, anything you can give will go directly to our aim of providing equine-assisted therapy for others in need. You’ll be surprised at some of the things we need. Not only riding equipment but also play equipment. If you have any equipment clothing or tack that is clean, safe, and serviceable and that you no longer need please consider donating it. And consider sponsoring a horse’s feed or vet care! Thank you to all of our generous donors and volunteers!
Pegasus Riding Academy is a nonprofit organization providing Therapeutic Horseback Riding for patrons with disabilities in the urban Savannah area regardless of their ability to pay… read more“>
Therapeutic riding focuses on equine-assisted activities for the purpose of contributing positively to a student’s cognitive, physical, emotional and social well-being… read more“>
Our horses are carefully chosen for their calm temperament and their ability to bond with their riders. This bond is one reason why therapeutic riding works so well… read more“>
The Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.) promotes safety and optimal outcomes in equine-assisted activities and therapies… read more“>
Pegasus Riding Academy Savannah is a non-profit center providing Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies in a safe and nurturing environment for individuals with physical, mental or emotional disabilities, regardless of race or creed. Operating with the highest of industry standards, Pegasus is a member of the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship, Intl. (PATH), and is committed to promoting growth and education in our industry.
At Pegasus Riding Academy Savannah, we shall be guided by our Philosophy that horses bring out something very special in all of us that nothing else compares to, and we believe that every child who could benefit from the healing power of horses should be able to do so in an environment that is professional and nurturing, regardless of race or creed in the Savannah area.
At Pegasus Riding Academy Savannah, our vision is all about access and inclusion – and striving to grow our programming to serve every deserving individual who can benefit from the healing power of therapeutic interaction with horses. We encourage you to please join us today in our efforts, there are many ways to get involved!
The mission of The Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.) is to promote safety and optimal outcomes in equine-assisted activities and therapies for individuals with special needs.
PATH Intl’s vision is to be 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.
1. Access and inclusion – promoting diversity and opportunity in equine-assisted activities and therapies 2. Compassion and caring – providing a culture of safety, understanding and ethical treatment of humans and horses engaged in equine-assisted activities and therapies.
As a non-profit organization, anything you can give will go directly to our aim of providing equine-assisted therapy for disabled people. If you’d like to make a donation please click here!