We work with individuals with a broad spectrum of developmental and physical disabilities, including but not limited to:
- Autism spectrum disorder
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
- Cerebral palsy
- Developmental delays
- Mental health challenges
- Visual and hearing impairments
- Traumatic brain injury
We view special needs through the broadest possible lens.
Pony Power programming is open to those who need more support or different programming options than traditional equestrian centers offer. There is no need for proof of a medical diagnosis, a doctor’s prescription or an individualized education program (IEP)
Our programs include:
- Horseback riding
- All HANDs In afternoon enrichment program
Pony Power works with individual families, school groups and organizations. There are multiple ways to become involved:
- Click here to learn more about riding and non-riding programs
- Click here to learn more about volunteer opportunities on the farm
- Click here to support Pony Power through a donation
- Participants must be at least 2.5 years old. There is no maximum age.
- Participants must be cleared medically to participate and considered safe and appropriate for the activity by Pony Power staff.
- Participants interested in riding must meet height and weight guidelines as determined by Pony Power staff.
- Parents/guardians/caregivers must stay on site during individual lessons.