March 2-3, 2019
Walters State Expo Center

(Volunteers needed to help on March 1-3)

Go to our News page for details on upcoming events

Winter Lessons will be held as long as the high temperature of the day is predicted to reach at least 40 degrees--we have an indoor arena!  Any changes to the schedule due to weather or road conditions will be posted on our Facebook page.  Of course, you can contact the office as well if you have any questions. 

Ridin' High, Inc.
Post Office Box 2282
Morristown, TN 37816-2282

May 5, 2019
Ridin' High Facility

Registration at Noon

1:00 pm - Show Begins

Classes for breed, obedience, tricks, costume and more!

March 16, 2019
9:00 AM till Noon

Details coming soon!
Ridin' High Facility,

5722 Long Creek Rd. Details

Make A Difference!!

Ridin' High, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization offering recreational and therapeutic horseback riding to children and adults with disabilities. We are in our 25th year of operation. Ridin' High is affiliated with PATH International (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International).  We are located in Hamblen County, Tennessee--and our riders come from many surrounding counties and communities. 
At Ridin' High we offer activities to address the physical, mental and social challenges facing our clients. Our riders come to us with disabilities such as cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, stroke, autism and a wide range of learning disorders. For individuals with impaired mobility, horseback riding gently and rhythmically moves their bodies in a manner similar to a human walking gait.

In addition to the physical benefits of riding a horse, our lessons are designed to help riders mentally focus--to practice using their concentration in ways that very often do not come natural to them. Because our horses are the partners providing them the opportunity to experience the benefits of riding, we also emphasize horsemanship skills with every student. 

Volunteers are the key to safe riding for our students! In addition to an instructor many riders require THREE volunteers--one to lead the horse and two people to "side walk".  Without our wonderful volunteers, this type of program would not be possible.

Upcoming Events

Therapeutic Riding Program