M.A.R.E. is a therapeutic riding center that provides equine assisted programs to children and adults with physical and intellectual disabilities.
Serving Kern County with programs that include horseback riding, vaulting, at risk youth and hippotherapy (Working with a physical or occupational therapist.) These programs assist in the development of self confidence, esteem, balance, muscle tone and the improvement of cognitive skills.
M.A.R.E. is a premier accredited center with the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association, (NARHA).
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