Capturing Kids’ Hearts for Learning,
WITH Horses



Learning WITH Horses is a Pediatric Therapy Facility incorporating Hippotherapy as a treatment modality to guide the child’s occupational therapy treatment plan. We are located North of San Antonio in Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas seven miles off Interstate I-10. Our facility offers 40 acres of green pastures and trails, covered arena, and a therapy clinic.


Our program specializes in therapeutic horseback riding to harmonize the brain and synchronize the body, aiming to cultivate the skills essential for independent learning. Located at Fair Oaks Equestrian Center, just north of San Antonio in Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas, we’re a mere seven miles off Interstate I-10. Our facility boasts 40 acres of lush pastures and trails, a covered arena, and a dedicated therapy clinic.

From the field

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During therapeutic horseback riding sessions, the horse offers a rhythmic movement that
stimulates anterior and posterior swinging motions, closely mimicking the human gait.
Given that therapy horses take an average of 1,500-2,000 steps in a typical therapeutic horseback
riding treatment session, they provide the rider with 1,500-2,000 neuromotor inputs. This
allows for thousands of opportunities to cultivate and fine-tune balance responses,
thereby enhancing core stability, postural control, and the ability to adapt to various
sensory and motor inputs.

“ Our mission is to capture kids’ hearts for learning with horses ”

Marci Taylor
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2. Champagne D., Dugas, C. (2010) Nov; Improving gross motor function and postural control with hippotherapy in children with Down syndrome: case reports. Physiotherapy Theory Practice., 26(8):564-71
3. Debuse, D., Chandler, C., Gibb, C. An exploration of German and British physiotherapists’ views on the effects of hippotherapy and their measurement. Physiotherapy Theory Practice. 2005 Oct-Dec; 21(4):219-42.
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