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Riding For Dreams is Therapeutic Riding Program, found in Southeast North Dakota. Our inspiration stems from our passion and love for children and horses.
We have witnessed the benefits that children with special needs achieve with the assistance of equine therapy.
We have a desire to give all children the dream of riding and being free!

Connecting people with the healing spirit of horses.


Join us at Riding For Dreams and become a vital part of our organization. If you're seeking a consistent source of satisfaction and a way to integrate kindness into your weekly routine, volunteering with us might be just what you're looking for!


Your contribution covers a substantial 79% of the expenses for our participants' services. It's crucial in guaranteeing that families in dire need aren't denied our assistance. Your generosity has the potential to profoundly impact the lives of both children and adults who depend on our services for essential physical, emotional, or cognitive support.

Monthly Champion

Monthly Champions play a pivotal role in securing the continuous sustainability of our operations. Their support directly contributes to caring for our horses, assisting our staff, and providing scholarships to financially disadvantaged participants.

Teamwork . Integrity . Respect . Empathy . Joyfulness


Sponsor A Horse


RIP Sweet Misty, ol girl brought so much joy and will be greatly missed


Welcome Roberta Forward as our new Interm President

Horse Therapy

Riding for Dreams ensures top-notch therapeutic and adaptive riding experiences for participants, with our horses playing a pivotal role. We prioritize the well-being of our equine partners, providing compassionate care and expertise from our dedicated staff, veterinarian, and trained volunteers. This level of attention isn't just about our horses' health and happiness; it's integral to fulfilling our mission effectively.

You can support the exceptional care of a Riding for Dreams horse through our Sponsor a Horse program. Each horse requires $4,250 annually to cover expenses such as hay, supplements, veterinary care, farrier services, not including tack, blankets, stall bedding, schooling, and daily staff care.

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