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Rise, Imagine, Dream, Experience

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Children and Horses just go Together!

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Why we exist?

Motown Glory Partners Community Development Corporation (MGP) mutual love of animals has us working towards our goal. Our desire is for our community to experience the great outdoors in the beautiful Montgomery County.

Horses are aware of their surroundings, capable of adapting their behavior to whoever they are around, making them gold for humans because they read our energy. Recent scientific proof shows that when a person is connecting with a horse, their hearts synchronize and beat as one. 


RIDE MoCo was birthed to provide affordable horseback riding lessons to those in our community who may not have the opportunity or who need an outlet. Our organization provides this through the joys and responsibilities of horsemanship and riding instruction. Our program develops hard skills (grooming, tacking, basic horse care, collaborating with other others) and soft skills (leadership, kindness, compassion, courage, communication).

Frequently Asked Questions

What ages do you serve?

We serve school aged children (ages 5-18).


How do I get started as a participant?

The first step is to complete the Application/Waiver. Once these forms are completed, we will be in touch.

How are riding lessons structured?

Lessons are either 30 or 45 minutes long and semi-private with 2-4 total participants.

How much does each session cost?

Generous sponsorships and donations support our program to provide scholarships. Lesson must be paid for in advance of the session unless other arrangements have been made.

What are the definitions of underserved and economically disadvantaged?

Underserved children (children from low-income backgrounds)


Economically disadvantaged children are children whose family participates in economic assistance programs such as the MCPS free or reduced-price meals based on household size and income, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA), or Medicaid benefits, Social Security Insurance (SSI), Foster Care, Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), and Women, Infants, and Children Program (WIC)

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