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A New Era in Therapeutic Horseback Riding

For more than four decades, Equest has offered a specialized, tailored and unique approach for clients with diverse needs. As the first therapeutic horsemanship center in Texas and one of the nation’s largest PATH International Premier Accredited Centers, we’re honored to serve thousands of children and adults.

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Equest enhances the lives of individuals with diverse needs through therapeutic activities with horses. We serve clients ages two and up with physical, intellectual, and emotional disabilities.

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Equine Therapy for All

Since our founding, Equest has stayed on the leading edge of equine therapy for autism, veterans and other diverse needs. What’s remained the same is our dedication to providing a next level of therapy and meeting our clients where they are. Sometimes we’re the missing piece of a puzzle – delivering sought after results and relief for the first time ever or as another layer of physical and emotional support.

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PATH Certified

Equest is a PATH International Premier Accredited Center and one of the largest in the country. Our master-certified staff members are heavily engaged in designing curriculum and training the next generation of equine-assisted therapy instructors.

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Meet the Team

Our team is dedicated and passionate about the work we do to enhance lives. We come from many backgrounds – personally and professionally – but we share a deep love for our horses and making a difference in the world. Many of us are experts, trained our whole life to do horse therapy.

Introducing the Heart of Equest

Truly, our horses are everything at Equest. Our world revolves around their care so that in turn, they can help us provide exceptional care to our clients.

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