Resolution Horse Company

Rating: 5 stars   14 reviews

Nonprofit Issues:


164 W. Liana Drive Chino Valley AZ 86323 USA


Target demographics:

special-needs children

Direct beneficiaries per year:

140 children each week, who rode a total of 1,750 times

Geographic areas served:

the Salt Lake City metro area


free horse riding lessons during our summer riding season.

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Rating: 5 stars  

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The Resolution Horse Company works with special-needs children using horses. The children participate in weekly riding sessions that are fun but also help the children with their specific issues. Each child rides perhaps 20 times during the spring, summer, and fall. The program is entirely free. - - - As a volunteer, I help with the riding sessions and also with feeding and care of the horses. All of the children (who range in age from 3 years to adult) have fun. Nearly all show improvements with their specific handicaps, such as an autistic child who learns to communicate with the horses and the volunteers, or a physically handicapped child who develops improved balance and core strength. For a few of the children, the riding is transformational. One example we saw this summer was a 10-year-old autistic boy who was completely uncommunicative. One day midway through the season, his horse began to trot. This thrilled the boy, and he broke out laughing! His mother and father were standing next to the corral and saw and heard the laughter--and their tears did flow!

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