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Riding Fees

Lesson fees depend upon the session length and payment for your full session is required one week in advance. Sessions can run from 4 weeks to 12 weeks in length. A typical session of 8 lessons will cost $280 ($35 per lesson).

$25 Assessment Fee is required for every NEW rider, as well as for any current or prior rider who needs a new assessment.  Our guidelines mandate that students must be re-assessed after an absence of one year, after a medical/physical change, or at our staff’s discretion.

We accept personal checks made out to Project R.I.D.E. Inc., credit cards online, or cash payment in our office between 8:00 and 5:00 Monday-Friday or at your regularly scheduled lesson time. If you are a new student with us or our instructor has not worked with you before, we will schedule a brief assessment prior to your first ride.
Project R.I.D.E. Horseback Riding Lessons - Pay Session Fees
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Who is Eligible?

Project R.I.D.E. currently serves over 600 students with disabilities from a 10 county area in the Sacramento Region. Our youngest students are 3 and our oldest are in their 90s. All of our students have a medically diagnosed physical or intellectual special need or disability.

 

Below are some examples.

ADD/ADHDFetal Alcohol SyndromeSeizure Disorders (case by case)
Angelman’s SyndromeFragile X SyndromeShaken Baby Syndrome
Anxiety DisorderGlobal DelaySoto Syndrome
ArthrogryposisHearing ImpairmentSpina Bifida
Autism Spectrum DisordersIntellectual DisabilitySpinal Cord Injury
Cerebral PalsyLeigh’s SyndromeStroke Victims
Craniometaphyseal DysplasiaMiller-Dieker SyndromeTrisomy 13, 18 and 21
Cru’ de Chat SyndromeMoebius SyndromeVelo-Cardio Facial Syndrome
Developmental DelaysMuscular DystrophyVisual Impairment
Down’s SyndromePDD (Pervasive Developmental Delays)Williams Syndrome
EncephalopathyRett SyndromeWolf-Hirshorn Syndrome

Project R.I.D.E. reserves the right to determine student eligibility in all cases. Please contact us with any questions.

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