Benefits of Riding

Therapeutic riding and other safe, purposeful and supervised interaction with horses are medically recognized to benefit children and adults with almost any cognitive, physical and/or emotional disability.

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Meet our horses

We are so proud of our equine partners that allow us to run our program. Each has their own special personality and abilities. If you are interested in sponsoring a horse we would love to hear from you!

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We need your help

If you are interested in joining CARD in the goal to help people with disabilities in our community, please consider volunteering your time, donating to the program or sponsoring a horse. Thank you so much!

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Spring Opportunities

Looking to volunteer or ride as part of your spring fun?  Check out what CARD is offering …..


New Rider Registration Form






Mini Royal – A Fun Fundraiser – May 27 & 28th 2017

Join us at this year’s in-house “fun” fundraiser-celebrating our riders and horses! All proceeds go towards CARD and our therapeutic riding programs.

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Proudly sponsored by   
The Buckley Family

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Thank you 2016 Mini Royal Sponsors



News & Events

Bowlin’ For CARD 2017

Save the Date….Our next fundraiser is Saturday February 18, 2017.

Parkway Bowl   7:00-10:00 pm Bowling Registration Forms Bowling Sponsorship Opportunities

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Thank you to our sponsors






Looking for gifts in kind. If you would like to support CARD through donations of items, we would be glad to accept. Please take a look to see what we are currently accepting.

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Become a member today!

Love supporting CARD? Join our organization and find out more about the services that we provide to the community.

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Special Thanks

The CARD herd extends its sincere appreciation to Omega Alpha for their kind provision of supplements for the herd.