Equi-Ed, Inc.

Rating: 4.95 stars   64 reviews


1535 Farmer's Lane #217 Room/suite 217 Santa Rosa CA 95405 USA


Equi-Ed has used the therapeutic power of the horse to enrich the lives of individuals with disabilities since 1993. Equi-Ed's Goals: ~ Enhance each student’s educational plan through coordination with school staff and the implementation of activities which support achievement in basic subjects and pre-vocational skills. ~ Improve the students physical, medical, social, and emotional well being through interaction with specially selected horses, in a positive environment which encourages involvement and caring between disabled and non-disabled individuals. ~ Stimulate awareness and understanding of the efficacy of therapeutic riding. ~ Provide professional development and training for individuals in the therapeutic riding industry.

Target demographics:

Ages 4 and up


Equi-Ed offers therapeutic riding, vaulting, horsemanship and competition opportunities to its students.

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Rating: 5 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

I donated a wonderful, dependable, sweet, and well trained (I blush) Haflinger gelding, Mike, to Equi-Ed. I was so impresssed with Maxine and the volunteers and students that I felt my little horse could do big things for the program. I'm committed to staying in Mike's (the horse's) life, helping provide driving hours for interested volunteers and helping develop a driving program for Equi-Ed. I've also donated funds because I know first-hand how much horse care costs, and I belive strongly that horses have a unique capacity to teach life lessons and to heal.

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