RE-RIDE would like to thank  SpeedHorse Magazine and Michael Compton  for featuring us in the December issue of their magazine. Michael Compton's article Retired Racehorses Part 1 can be viewed online at 

Offering bright new futures for displaced

Registered Quarter Horses

an Ohio based 501(c)3 non profit organization 


A special THANK YOU to the OHIO YOUTH QUARTER HORSE ASSOCIATION for the awesome fundraiser for RE-RIDE Quarter Horse Adoption! 

The Riding Thru It Program

The Riding Thru It Program is a community service program offered by RE-RIDE Quarter Horse Adoption Program . The purpose of the program is to offer cancer patients the experiential benefits and healing powers of horses in a non clinical environment. For more information on the program please contact We are accepting donations to for scholarships so that patients can participate regardless of their financial situation. For more information on this program, please visit the Riding Thru It Page. 

Our Mission..

RE-RIDE Quarter Horse Adoption Program provides homes for unwanted or displace registered Quarter Horses. The horses in our program have become displaced for a variety of reasons, some are abused , neglected or unwanted while other's are former show horses with owners taking the responsibility to place the horses that have been their show partners in a program where they can once again guide another to their first championship. Through rehabilitation and retraining theses horses are offered a purpose and therefore a bright future. Our program focuses on giving back to the horses that we love as well as the community and features such programs as the Riding Thru It Program for patients undergoing treatment for cancer as well as cancer survivors, where they can benefit from the experiential benefits of equine assisted therapy in a non clinical setting. . RE-RIDE originated in 2010 to fill a need for the American Quarter Horse , preventing these horses from going to slaughter. In 2015 we continue to grow, placing Quarter Horses in forever homes, forming new families and forging new friendships through the adoption of the horse that America made.