19655 Antioch P.O. Box 391 Stilwell, KS 66085 913.897.3939 913.685.7433 Fax info@htrmail.org 
Heartland Therapeutic Riding, Inc.
Heartland Therapeutic Riding, Inc. is a 501c3 organization. Donations are tax-exempt. Please consider helping Heartland through your Donor Choice option with the United Way and Combined Federal Campaign.
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“The beauty and magic of the partnership between a horse and its rider has long been celebrated as a symbol of dynamic unity; an emotional connection that helps heal and energize.”
At Heartland Therapeutic Riding (HTR) we know that a vital sense of  freedom is experienced when riding a horse. The horse’s rhythmic  movement and the rider’s response to the gait combine to form a symbiotic  partnership that creates a powerful opportunity to increase potential for  personal fulfillment. Because the horses are in sync with a rider’s slightest movement and  respond accordingly, the equines foster an incomparable level of teamwork  and a sense of accomplishment with their human charges. Founded in 1977 and lead by a volunteer board of directors, Heartland  Therapeutic Riding is Kansas City’s first therapeutic riding program designed to assist individuals with physical or cognitive disabilities, such as cerebral  palsy, spinal bifida, autism, development delay, Down Syndrome, emotional  disorders, sight and hearing impairments and neuromuscular and orthopedic challenges.  
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Mission Statement The mission of Heartland Therapeutic Riding, Inc (HTR) is to serve children and adults with disabilities and to improve quality of life through equine-assisted activities and therapies. We are committed to changing lives, one ride at a time.
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