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Adaptive Riding Institute
a/k/a: HORSES, Ltd.
P.O. Box 280
Scotts Mills, OR 97375
The Adaptive Riding Institute (ARI) is a voluntary, non-profit organization that provides wilderness and recreational horseback riding activities and services for people with disabilities. The organization's belief is that these life-enriching experiences should be available to all people regardless of physical ability and that any person who has the desire to pursue such activities also has the right to pursue that desire. ARI was established in 1988, provides private and group lessons, adaptive riding equipment, and specialized horse training tailored to the needs of the challenged rider.
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