Southern Delaware Therapeutic Riding (SDTR) , Inc

UPDATED: March 7, 2022


We are a 501(c)(3), non-profit, PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International) affiliated center located in Eastern Sussex County. We are a PATH-affiliated center, with PATH-certified therapeutic riding instructors and trained volunteers.  We have offered  planned sessions in equine-assisted therapy to children and adults with disabilities since 1988.


We are dedicated to improving the physical and emotional well-being of children and adults living with disabilities through equine assisted therapy in a supportive environment for riders and families. Our goals are to bring the advantages of therapeutic riding and other equine assisted activities to all members of the community who can benefit without compromising the high quality, focused one-on-one therapy sessions that are the heart of the program. We are also committed to offering participants and families a modern, efficient, and safe riding center that will enable us to expand our therapeutic offerings to populations such as veterans with disabilities, who will benefit from a therapeutic curriculum tailored to their particular needs.

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17170 Harbeson Road
Milton, DE 19968
United States




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