This poem was written by a Quadriplegic named William Cease who was very near and dear to one of our riders. 

This is the message we hope to teach the community and remember ourselves every day.

R.I.P William Cease you will always be missed but always live on through the lives you have touched.

​​​​ Annual Easter Egg Hunt

April 14th 3-7pm

Come Ride In My Wheelchair

To improve the lives of able and disabled children, adults and veterans through equine assisted activities and direct interaction with horses.

Who are we?

ATTENTION: As of February 16th, 2019 All lessons are subject to the lesson agreement located under the forms tab. 



Come ride in my wheelchair.

    Come walk in my braces.Use my

    hands to discover a thousand

    new faces. Hear with my eyes.

Speak with my hands. Feel

    with your heart what my

    heart understands.

I am real; I'm alive!

I can feel; I can cry.

I can hurt; I can share.

I can reach out to you

    as you can reach back to me.

I have lived...

Let me give... I can Love!

Our Mission

We will be announcing Summer Camp details soon and camps will begin in June​ so please stay tuned.

Saddle Up Riding Club

Non-Profit 501(c)(3)

Proudly serving the community for 16 years!

Saddle Up is a place not just for riding horses, rather is a place of the heart.

Everyone who works or volunteers at Saddle Up does so with their heart, not just their hands. This is a program where people connect with horses, which is a wonderful thing in itself. But it is so much more than that. This is a place where people connect with each other; where relationships are built that change the lives of the riders as well as the volunteers; where genuine love and commitment are evidenced at every practice session and at every event. Saddle Up is a place of equalization: every person, no matter rider or volunteer, no matter able bodied or disabled, no matter mentally challenged or fully mentally functional , all experience the sheer joy that comes through the triumph of the human spirit