Born from the desire to help others, Karen L. Singletary sought after a facility to bring a therapeutic riding program to life. Her uncle, Dick Singletary, suggested talking to Terrell Singletary. Having searched for a way to utilize his fairly vacant facility, Terrell readily welcomed the opportunity to furnish his facility for the benefit of individuals with special needs. With the help of Terrell's only granddaughter, the name Hands and Hearts for Horses was born. Starting with only three specially trained therapy horses, Hands and Hearts was revamped to fit the PATH, Int. standards and achieved status as PATH, Int. premier center in 2003 and again in April 2008. Hands and Hearts for Horses offers therapeutic riding, hippotherapy, interactive vaulting and Equine-Facilitated Psychotherapy. We have eight different schools who attend classes each week. We are proud to serve approximately 90 students per week.
What is Therapeutic Riding?
What is Hippotherapy?
What is PATH Int. ?
What is Vaulting?
What is Equine-Facilitated Psychotherapy?