Offering Adaptive Riding and Hippotherapy in Salem, Oregon

A Note From HART’s Board President

After considerable discussion, HART has decided to continue their closure through April 28th due to the COVID-19 crisis. This was a difficult decision and one that was not made lightly. HART is committed to keeping our clients, volunteers, staff and their families healthy during this time. We will continue to monitor state and federal guidance in the days to come. While we know this is hardest for our clients we know it’s the right decision. During this time we will continue to work with our horses and make plans for our re-opening. Be sure to watch our FB page for pictures of our horses who cannot wait to see their friends again! How can you help? Keeping your family healthy is paramount. In addition, HART would welcome any financial and in-kind donations. Maintenance of the barn, feed, and horse care continues whether we are in full operation or not. Thank you for your understanding and support. We’ll look forward to seeing everyone again, hopefully sooner than later! Be sure to call if you have any questions. Stay healthy.

Our Mission

Our Mission is to utilize the beneficial and therapeutic qualities of horses, thereby improving and enhancing, the physical, emotional, and cognitive quality of life, for children, adults and our military personnel, who are living with disabilities.We offer hippotherapy, equine facilitated psychotherapy and adaptive riding in a professional, supportive equestrian environment.

Offering Adaptive Riding and Hippotherapy at HART Farm (7 miles west of Salem)


6665 Rickreall Rd.

Independence, OR 97351

Our Vision:

To be the standard of excellence in our industry by providing the highest quality equestrian experience to children, adolescents, adults and families living with physical, cognitive, emotional or behavioral challenges. Utilizing uniquely trained horses, state-of-the-art adaptive equipment, and highly skilled personnel, HART is striding forward to provide therapeutic horseback riding and equine activities to members of our community living with special needs
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