Benefit Yard Sale

Benefit Yard Sale

Mark your calendars for July 13 and 14, 2019! Sunrise will be hosting a yard sale at our riding center. Lots of items: horse related, art work, gift items and household. If you have something you would like to donate, please contact us. Watch this post for updates and photos of items we will be … Read More Read More

Welcome to Sunrise Chance!

Welcome to Sunrise Chance!

We are so pleased to welcome Chance to our herd. Chance is a 10 year old Haflinger gelding who was donated to Sunrise after the death of his owner of 4 years. Prior to that he was a rescue from a kill pen. He is beefy and not to mention good looking! If you are … Read More Read More

Sunrise will be at Depot Fest!

Sunrise will be at Depot Fest!

Come join the fun at Depot Fest on Saturday, September 8th!  This fun street fair will be held in the Depot District and highlights include Lemonade Day, vendor booths, food, and a breaking the Guinness Book of World Record’s record for Longest Soul Train.  Sunrise will be serving up Pork Chop Sandwiches and Roasted Corn.  … Read More Read More

Pizza Party Fun!

Pizza Party Fun!

On Wednesday, April 18, riders, volunteers, and staff came together to celebrate the successful completion of our early Spring riding session.  Over 35 people enjoyed pizza and s’mores while connecting with each other and sharing stories about their Sunrise Experience.  We would like to thank all of our volunteers who help us make a difference … Read More Read More

2018 Lesson Schedule

2018 Lesson Schedule

We are currently accepting riders for the Spring Session.  If you or someone you know could benefit from Horse Therapy, give us a call at 765-935-4291 and reserve your time slot.   Lessons can be held between 9 am -9 pm Mondays thru Fridays.  

Two New Programs Coming to Sunrise!

Two New Programs Coming to Sunrise!

Sunrise, Inc. Therapeutic Riding Center is now offering equestrian programs for veterans and certification mentoring for individuals pursuing PATH Intl. registered instructor certification. “Being around horses is a unique form of recreational therapy that has demonstrable physical, mental, and emotional benefits,” explains Veterans Program Coordinator Robin Hirtle. “Veterans with physical and mental wounds can come … Read More Read More