Welcome to Promise Kept
Equine-assisted activities and therapies have long been recognized as being beneficial to those with physical, mental, and behavioral impairments. Horseback riding improves core strength, speaking ability, confidence, and balance.
Promise Kept is providing therapy through its partnership with Pine Lake Pastures. Their gentle, well-trained horses and peaceful atmosphere are ideal.
Promise Kept offers therapeutic riding sessions lasting approximately 45 minutes to one hour, depending on the needs and desires of the rider.
We accept riders as young as 2 years old. For the very young or those with poor muscle control or balance, we offer an experienced person riding behind them on the horse, providing safety and security. We have many different size horses and saddles available to accommodate riders of almost any size and ability.
We offer 8 riding sessions per semester. Each semester lasts approximately 2 months. We ride year round, with a small break during the coldest winter months. You may choose to participate in as many semesters as you desire, depending on availability. Sign up today!
"Our mission is to make Magic in children’s lives and to bring smiles."
Meet Cheri Morton
Cheri (2 f. l.) among her daughters.
Promise Kept Therapeutic Riding Center was a long-time dream of Cheri Morton’s. Cheri began offering therapy riding to family and friends with special needs, and soon saw the tremendous impact that these sessions had on the individuals and families. Cheri’s mission is to bring this healing to others in the community.
Cheri Morton is a renown instructor with over 10 years of experience working with children and adults with special needs, and over 20 years of experience with horses.