Welcome to High & Mighty

High & Mighty Therapeutic Riding & Driving Center, a 501c nonprofit, now in its 22nd year, offers riding, driving, and other equine-assisted activities to children, teens and adults with special needs. We believe horses provide an opportunity to travel to new places: physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

Participants in our programs can benefit from Improved strength, balance, range of motion and coordination; increased ability to listen, learn and communicate; gain independence and pride through accomplishing new skills; make new friends, and develop a new appreciation for nature and our environment.

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COVID-19 Information

High & Mighty is continuing to operate programs under current CDC guidelines in regard to COVID-19. 

View our Reopening Plan and other COVID-19 related documents.

Your support throughout the pandemic has made a huge impact. Please consider making a donation to our COVID-19 Fundraiser.

We are offering handmade masks for sale. All proceeds will go directly to our equine partners.  Thank you for your continued support.

Upcoming Programs & Events

curragh group

High & Mighty Concert Series

Featuring Curragh on the Great Lawn
Sunday, June 6, 2021 at 4 pm

Curragh is a traditional Irish music group based in the Capital Region. Let them transport you to the shores of old Erin with the joyful sound twin fiddles, the spine-tingling wail of Irish Uilleann pipes in full voice, and the magic of six excellent musicians.

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Horseplay Camp

Horseplay camp is an all abilities summer program (weeklong camps) for children and teens with and without special needs. The camp incorporates a variety of mounted and unmounted equine activities such as riding, driving, horse handling, grooming, stable chores, and barn management. All activities emphasize self-development and team building. Students participate in herd observation and study to develop communication, safety, and horsemanship skills.

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