Rider Forms

We are thrilled that you are interested in our program! Please download and complete the appropriate Rider Registration Form (for Riders with Disabilities or Community Riders who are signing up for “Stress-Free” lessons). If you are a rider with a disability, please make sure your physician fills out the appropriate section in the Rider Registration Packet. Physician’s clearance is not necessary for Community Riders. After completion, please contact Ridin’ High to visit the facility, have you/your rider evaluated for participation in the program, and schedule your regular lesson time. That’s it!

Lesson Costs:

Riders with Challenges/Disabilities – $25/semi-private for 45 minute session. (Cost for private lesson: $50) Limited scholarships are available, based on an application and financial need.

“Stress-Free” Lessons – $35/semi-private for 45 minute session (Cost for private lesson: $60)

If you have any questions, please contact Ridin’ High at ridinhighinc@yahoo.com.

Registration Packet-Riders with Disabilities / Challenges

Registration Packet for Community Riders

Dismissal Policy

While it is unusual, once in a while we can no longer serve an individual. We want to be completely upfront about that, so we’re explaining by the following (which all riders agree to automatically by registering for the program):

Ridin’ High, Inc. reserves the right to dismiss participants from any program for any reason. These reasons may include but are not limited to safety concerns and/or the inability to appropriately and safety provide equine assisted actives or therapies. Participant dismissals may occur for a variety of reasons such as: participants exceeding height/weight maximums for volunteer support and/or available horses and tack, progression of a diagnosis into an area outside of the realm of instructor experience and/or into a contraindication, participant or family behavior leading to safety concerns, chronic late arrivals and/or cancellations, available classes not aligning with participant availability, etc. If there is a concern about a possible future dismissal, Ridin’ High, Inc. will immediately discuss concerns and a plan of action with the participant and or their family. Please note that Ridin’ High, Inc. follows the guidelines suggested in the PATH Intl. Precautions and Contraindications manual and depending on the current staff, horses, volunteers, etc. available to our program we may not be able to safely provide services to every disability.