Sugar Creek Equinapy specializes in therapeutic riding lessons. We are located in beautiful Harrisonville, Missouri in the southeastern Kansas City Metro.
Please go to our Instructors and Services pages to learn more about Sugar Creek Equinapy. Throughout the website, enjoy pictures of our riders as they learn to ride, develop skills and build confidence.
Our true passion is providing therapeutic horse-riding to the many in our local community who benefit from this form of animal-assisted therapy. We customize equine services and activities to meet each rider's therapy and personal goals. Let us help you!
DIRECTIONS: Coming south on 7 hwy---go thru Pleasant Hill and over the green metal bridge we are then 6 miles on left side.
Coming from 71 Hwy go north on 7 Hwy (MECHANIC ST exit off of 71) go approx 5 miles thru Harrisonville and we are on the RIGHT....
Accepting New Students
We are proud to announce that our satellite facility in Kansas is now open! Please email for more information.
We are now a provider for Kansas City Regional!
We had a wonderful time at summer camp this year please see our facebook for pictures! Thank you to all that volunteered and particpated...check back for our holiday camp schedule and school days off!
March 30 4th Annual Easter Egg Hunt 1pm-- Prizes, Games, Pony Rides, Fun!!!
May 4th First Annual Kentucky Derby Gala- Come watch the Derby and enjoy food, drinks, games, silent & live auction.
SUMMER CAMP DATES
July 15-19 Kansas Location
All camps will be 8am to 1pm please bring a lunch and water, child care will be available before and after for additional fee of $7.00 per hr.
If you would like any additional information about our services or events please see our Contact Page or email Melissa or Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Feb 20, 2011 we lost 6 horses that were the heart and soul of our program.The fire devasted us in so many ways, however the community, family and friends supported and guided us to start the recovery process. We can't thank you all enough for everything. Our horses will always be in our prayers and never forgotten...Only the strong survive in times like this, our riders and their families made sure we stayed strong...Thank you more than you know!