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Robinson Ranch

The mission of Robinson Ranch remains firm; to provide comprehensive educational programs for under-privileged, disabled & able-bodied children and adults, utilizing horses to facilitate growth, learning and healing. Pursuing this mission enriches the lives of our students in a caring, safe, and challenging environment that will enable them to reach their full potential.

Conveniently located in South Phoenix, right on the border of the beautiful South Mountain Park, Robinson Ranch is the only minority owned and operated Equine Assisted Learning and Horse Therapy Center of its kind.

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Robinson Ranch

John and Sheila Robinson

Robinson Ranch first opened its’ doors to students with special needs in 2000.   Life-long horseman, John Robinson had a vision to work with Equine and special needs individuals and the journey began. Classes ran almost exclusively through DDD Services (Division of Developmental Disabilities) and consisted of mostly children and adults with mental/emotional challenges for the first several years.  The word of John’s work began to grow exponentially; calls were streaming in from across the State with people asking if there were openings in the program or if they could assist in any way.  In September 2008 John, Jerry Riggs and Fred Colbert had an idea to expand the program and service offerings.  From this “meeting of the minds” the program grew to what it is today.

We currently serve an average of 40 students a week.  More than 60 volunteers help our dedicated staff keep the program running on a day to day basis.  This staff includes certified instructors, Therapeutic Riding Instructors in Training, a program coordinator, a volunteer coordinator, a marketing/fundraising manager, an equestrian specialist, a financial consultant, 2 part-time barn caretakers and a hard working maintenance crew.   A volunteer Board of Directors continues to help shape the future and financial stability of Robinson Ranch.

As Robinson Ranch has grown and matured it has also become known within the industry for providing quality workshops, safe therapeutic & regular riding classes, instructor training and maintaining the industry’s highest standard level as outlined by Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.).  Robinson Ranch staff continually strives for education, high quality and a commitment to looking toward the future.

Services / Programs

Some of the programs Robinson Ranch offers are: •Equine & Animal Assisted Therapy, Activities & Learning •Horseback Riding Lessons •After School Programs •Cowboy Seminars / Western History Review •Buffalo Soldiers – Historical Presentations (1866-1902) & Living History Displays •Vet Tech Clinics •Horse Boarding: Yearly, Monthly & Daily •Youth Saddle Clubs •Senior, Adult & Youth Programs: …

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Horse Boarding

Full and Partial Horse Boarding Robinson Ranch offers full  and partial boarding at its facility for all breeds and disciplines of horses. (Sorry no Stallions please).  Forty percent of our boarding fees are allocated to our Therapeutic Riding Program!  The boarding fee for full boarding is $225 and partial boarding is $125. The full boarding fee includes stall …

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2017 Summer Adventures & Horsemanship

Beginners Learn the fundamentals of riding!!!! Join us for 2 solid months of Beginning Horsemanship. From 6:30a – 9:30a, Monday thru Friday, students will enjoy a set of daily duties at the ranch which include: morning feeding, cleaning stalls, horse care and daily fun. (Tuition includes an art program & daily snack). 2017 Summer Adventures & …

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2017 Summer Camps

Family Camp in Tombstone Tombstone, AZ June 23-25, 2017 Camp Juniper Wells Skull Valley, AZ July 14-16, 2017 Camp Jackpot Ranch Camp Verde, AZ August 4-6, 2017 Details 2017 Away Summer Camp  

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