Welcome

Since 1983, SIRE has been improving the quality of life for people with special needs and disabilities through therapeutic horsemanship. Annually, we serve more than 300 clients with the people power of over 30,000 volunteer hours and the horsepower of some 27 horses at three locations across the greater Houston area. We hope you will join us in helping our riders thrive!

SIRE is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
EIN:74-2168515

SIRE Under the Stars 2017
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Helpful Resources

Mar
30
Thu
all-day Spring Semester Riding Lessons
Spring Semester Riding Lessons
Mar 30 all-day
If you have questions please contact your site manager directly: Fort Bend Riding Center at the Richmond State Supported Living Center – 281-344-438 Spring Riding Center – 281-353-6160 Hockley Riding Center – 281-356-7588
Mar
31
Fri
all-day Spring Semester Riding Lessons
Spring Semester Riding Lessons
Mar 31 all-day
If you have questions please contact your site manager directly: Fort Bend Riding Center at the Richmond State Supported Living Center – 281-344-438 Spring Riding Center – 281-353-6160 Hockley Riding Center – 281-356-7588
Apr
1
Sat
all-day Spring Semester Riding Lessons
Spring Semester Riding Lessons
Apr 1 all-day
If you have questions please contact your site manager directly: Fort Bend Riding Center at the Richmond State Supported Living Center – 281-344-438 Spring Riding Center – 281-353-6160 Hockley Riding Center – 281-356-7588

Our Sponsors

You have an opportunity to make a profound difference in the life of a person, their family and their community. Changing lives requires substantial investments of time, energy, and resources. From donations-in-kind to volunteer days or event sponsorship, SIRE offers companies the opportunity to tailor their giving strategies.

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“A Bond Beyond”

by Texas artist, Olva Stewart Pharo

This Limited Edition, original bronze sculpture was created especially for SIRE by Texas artist Olva Stewart Pharo. The piece is approximately 13′′ x 12′′ and is cast bronze on a walnut base with a turn table.

Each sale benefits SIRE

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Our Blog

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Why I Ride

I would have to begin with my sister Carmen Densing who became a SIRE volunteer in 2008 at the Hockley site.

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Our riders gain happiness, friendship, and confidence from their SIRE experiences.