Pal-O-Mine Equestrian

UPDATED: September 22, 2020

Pal-O-Mine Equestrian began in 1995 as a therapeutic horseback riding program for individuals with disabilities and other vulnerable populations. Our mission has been, and continues to be, to provide a comprehensive therapeutic equine program using horses to facilitate growth, learning and healing. Our populations include children and adults with disabilities, those who have been abused or neglected, the military and the impoverished.

Pal-O-Mine Equestrian provides quality adaptive horseback riding to individuals with disabilities. Adaptive horseback riding provides unique benefits to our students. The goals for each lesson are tailored to make improvements in the most needed areas of the rider’s life. Adaptive riding sessions are exceptional for improving fine and gross motor skills, balance, coordination, sensorimotor skills, language, and social skills. In addition, each one of our riding instructors excels in their field and continues with training and certification throughout their careers. Pal-O-Mine’s Adaptive Riding and Unmounted programs benefit students with cognitive, physical, emotional, and mental disabilities. Our students range in age from 5 to 70.

  • Languages:
  • American Sign Language
  • English
  • People of all verbal abilities are welcome!
  • Spanish
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • No Insurance Accepted


Pal-O-Mine Equestrian, Inc.
829 Old Nichols Road
Islandia, NY 11749
United States






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