• First Slide

    Video: Click to See Sprout in Action

  • Second Slide

    Riley: Improves speech and language from interacting with Phin

  • Third Slide

    Addison: Improves task completion during lessons on Blackberry

  • Forth Slide

    Megan: Learns to be a leader both in and out of the saddle

  • Fifth slide

    Antonio: Experiences freedom from his wheelchair on Duke



Sprout programs promote physical, social, emotional and cognitive growth.

Equine assisted activities and therapies provide adapted and individualized opportunities for recreation, socialization and skill building.



Volunteers provide critical support to our clients.

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As a non-profit organization, our students only pay a portion of their riding costs, as without financial support, many would be unable to participate in this form of therapy. Help us help others!

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