Work To Ride Horsemanship, Equine Sports and Education

Work to Ride LogoFounded in 1994, Work to Ride (WTR) is a 501 c3, non-profit community-based prevention program that aids disadvantaged urban youth though constructive activities centered on horsemanship, equine sports and education. The program is housed at Chamounix Stables, located in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

Work to Ride Equestrian Program offers public riding lessons for both adults and children from April through November. Winter lessons are held as weather permits.

Learn more about Riding Lessons

See you Next Summer for Camp 2019

Summer  Camp 2018 

Horseback Riding Camp – June 25 to Aug 3th 

Six, one week camps. Sign up for one or all 6. Open to all horse loving kids between the ages of 8 to 15 who want to learn about horses and how to ride. 

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Work To Ride programs and activities are designed to explore new ways of engaging youth in significant educational, social and cultural experiences that are otherwise unavailable. The youth build relationships and develop problem-solving skills through spirited teamwork and cooperation. Activities at the stables as well as during competitions and trips allow participants to interact with diverse people and to be exposed to a variety of new experiences. 

Work to Ride Program & History

The WTR program is free to low income inner city at risk youth in Philadelphia. Keeping horses and associated costs places a large burden on our budget and our fund-raising efforts. Your donation will make a difference. Each year Work to Ride holds its annual Work to Ride Fundraiser.  Thank you!

Work to Ride History

Work to Ride achieved national recognition and was featured on HBO Sports.

Watch the 17 minute video on your mobile device here.

Every Donation Helps Work To Ride Continue