Located at the Bronfman Family Recreational Center & Ranch, just five minutes outside Park City, Utah, the National Ability Center’s Equestrian Program offers three different forms of equine assisted activities or therapy. Therapeutic riding, Hippotherapy, and Equine Facilitated Learning (EFL) take place six days a week, year round thanks to the heated 17,000 square foot indoor arena and barn. All three programs offer highly effective therapy for individuals with a cognitive, behavioral, or physical disability, while therapeutic riding and Hippotherapy have been proven to be particularly effective with children.
We believe that equine assisted activities and therapies help all people realize benefits that reach far beyond their actual time with a horse. Relationships are enhanced between the participant and their bodies, their instructors, interns, and volunteer assistance, and, most importantly, the horse. The benefits are as varied as the individuals we serve. Our services are provided by qualified staff, trained volunteers, and exceptional horses.