The Reece Center for Handicapped Horsemanship


We have provided equine therapy for Metro Atlanta’s physically and mentally challenged children and adults since 1984. We are looking forward to serving for the next 30 years.

Rider Lisa Eaton was the Special Olympics Georgia Female Athlete of the Year for 2013! In addition, she was honored by Rockdale County with a Special Achievement Award, as well as by the American Legion!

Enjoy as we celebrate our riders' accomplishments outside of the Reece Center showcasing just how much they can accomplish.

The Reece Center Riders did great things at the Special Olympics this year! Check out their fantastic pictures and videos! 2013 Special Olympics.

Enjoy a short 3 minute video of our riders and their parents as they talk about how the Reece Center has helped them.


The Reece Center is a PATH (Formerly NARHA) Member Center and Accredited by the Special Olympics.


Traveler, went missing from our property in Palmetto, GA November, 2013! We continually pray for his safe return.

Traveler has very distinctive markings. He has a brand on the right side of his neck (609M), pinfiring (white dots in rows) on all four legs and two white hind pasterns.

Please email or call us with any information you may have!

HELP THE REECE CENTER GROW! We are always in need of donations to feed our horses. We are also taking donations trying to raise money to build an indoor arena. Click here to go to our donations page . Every dollar helps!

Come see our new Sensory Ring!! A HUGE Thank You to the Holly Lane Foundation. Thanks to their generous grant we have been able to build a sensory ring for our Autistic riders. All of our riders are enjoying it and it is also allowing us to expand our program. We'd love to show it to you.





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