RideABILITY Therapeutic Riding Center is a non-profit therapeutic riding program dedicated to improving the bodies, minds and spirits of people with special needs. Therapeutic riding and other equine assisted activities can help students develop strength, balance, control, self-confidence and self-esteem.

RideABILITY operates at Harris Heights Farm in Rankin County between Brandon and Florence. The center is a member of the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association (NARHA) and RideABILITY's instructors are NARHA-certified.

Group and private classes are taught on a weekly basis. Lessons fees are charged based on a sliding fee scale. RideABILITY follows NARHA guidelines to determine who can safely ride and who will benefit from therapeutic horsemanship activities.

For additional information, to apply for enrollment or to apply to volunteer, please contact Christy Henderson, Executive Director and NARHA Certified Registered Therapeutic Riding Instructor, at 601-750-6735 or Christy@Rideabilityms.com