At Hillrise Equestrian Center, our trainers specialize in multiple levels of riding at all ages. Whether you are a Tiny Tot or an Adult Amateur, Hillrise will advance your riding.
While offering a variety of programs, our trainers are also specialized in working with individuals that have Autism, ADHD, PTSD, Anxiety and mental health conditions, including dissocial and neurodevelopmental disorders.
Horses serve as a form of physical and occupational therapy and can enhance physical and emotional healing in a rider. Horses understand key cognitive emotion in their riders and we work to establish cognitive thinking, emotional regulation as well as build confidence and work on problem solving skills.
O U R S E R V I C E S
Rise up to your riding potential
Beginner to advanced lessons are available Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday for ages 3 and up.
Adaptive Horsemanship is specifically geared to help riders of all ages with many levels of physical, developmental and mental disabilities. Our instructor is PATH Intl. certified with special training and experience to help students.
2023 Summer Camps
Come spend a week with your new equine friend, learning how to ride, tack and take care of them!!
A daily riding lesson with personalized goals and horsemanship along with crafts and games is on the agenda. Come enjoy the great outdoors making new friends and exercising the mind and body.
July 10th - 14th
August 7th - 11th
9am to 3pm
**extended hours are available**
We welcomed Ruby into our home in September, she is the full brother of Pinot and a half sibling of Lady and Newman. Ruby is a KWPN Warmblood from the Cornell Equine Park.