Helping people with disabilities
Anderson's Promise Land, Inc.

Therapeutic Horse Riding Stables

Anderson's Promise Land provides therapeutic horse riding services at no cost to people with disabilities. Riders of all ages, some who have incurred paralysis following accidents or were born with impairments, come from all over the surrounding areas once a week to receive the free horse riding therapy at Promise Land stables.

In the United States therapeutic horse riding, known as hippotherapy, has been used since 1952. James Brody turned to this technique to help him in his rehabilitation after he was shot during an assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan.

According to experts therapeutic horse riding, like that offered at Promise Land, helps people who have never walked before, or who have suffered a stroke and forgotten how to walk.  The Therapeutic riding stimulates the muscles and improves balance unlike any other therapy because a horse’s walking gait mimics that of a human’s.

Owned and operated by Leroy and Diann Anderson, Promise Land is a nonprofit organization located at 1071 Kyler Road, just off Camp Tahkodah Road in the McHue community.

As a non-profit organization, we are always in need for prayers, volunteers,and financial support. 

Anderson's Promise Land, Inc. Therapeutic Horse Riding stables is located at
1071 Kyler Road in Batesville, AR.  

Money can be mailed to: 

Anderson's Promise Land, Inc. 
1071 Kyler Road
Batesville, Arkansas 72501

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