Offering Adaptive Riding and Hippotherapy in Salem, Oregon

A Note From HART’s Board President

Getting in and staying in a mindset of gratitude is not always easy during the difficult moments in our lives, but shifting our focus to the things we can be grateful for is good for our mental health and good for the soul. Here at HART we are  very grateful for all of our staff, our volunteers, our horses and especially for all of you. Our riders and their families are the heart and soul of our program. It’s an honor to walk alongside of each and every one of you!
We have opened back up and are beginning to serve all of our clients. It’s been a challenge given the metrics of COVID-19 in our state and surrounding counties. Thank you for adhering to our safety measures. It’s a priority to keep our riders, our instructors and our volunteers safe and healthy.
We will be closed the week of December 21st and will be considering remaining open the week of Dec. 28th, with the exception of Jan. 1st. This will depend on how many riders are interested in riding on Dec. 31st and Jan. 2nd. Please let your instructor know your preference.
Again, thank you for your support. It’s an honor to work with all of you!
– Eleni Boston

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.

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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