Established in 2013
Savannah Station Therapeutic Riding Program, Inc., a nonprofit therapeutic riding facility located in Yukon, Oklahoma, has been changing lives for people with disabilities since 2013. Savannah Station TRP serves a large population center as the only therapeutic riding program on the west side of the Oklahoma City metro. A beautiful 20-acre horse facility was recently purchased as the program's permanent home to accommodate continued growth. Our instructors are rigorously trained and certified by the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl). Savannah Station TRP is a PATH Intl. Member Center, working towards Premier Accreditation, the highest level of accreditation possible. Savannah Station TRP welcomes inquiries regarding all aspects of our program and operations. If you would like a tour of our facility, please contact us to set up an appointment.
Our Core Values
Safe Excellence Professional Character Helpful Loyal Compassionate Teamwork Passionate Kind and Respectful
A community of humans and horses, ministering fully to individuals and families; assisting them to overcome life’s limitations, to gain social and emotional confidence, and defy disabilities and challenges, while building families and friendships.
"I have seen what this program does for not only the physically, mentally or emotionally challenged students it serves, but those children's families. I have seen children who had never spoken a coherent word prior to joining the program say "whoa" to a horse; children who could do very little with their hands pick up the reins and "assume control" of a horse; children who initially required support evolve to sitting a horse on their own; and children who responded very little to direction eagerly learning to follow commands. I can only imagine what a huge help that the children learning to better accept direction is to their family members. It became clear to me that these children were many more times engaged in the Savannah Station environment than they would ever be inside four walls of a classroom." -Robin Glenn