Current news and events

Welcome New Staff!
Andrea & Edwin
Mikayla & Darrin
Meet the new staff that live on site and take care of our horses morning and night. They, and their wonderful families, are a great fit for Ivey Ranch. They are friendly, welcoming, and quick to jump in and lend a hand.
Dustin Johnston
Next time you stop by, be sure to say hello to our new Grounds Manager. From plumber to helicopter mechanic, he can do it all! We are so very happy to have him as a part of the Ivey Ranch family.

Rhynard Foundation Match
Thank you to everyone who has donated thus far! We are better than 1/2 way to our goal of $25,000. We still need approximately $11,000 to earn the match grant that will support our Horses for Heroes program and Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies (EAAT). Every donation that we receive from June 1st through August 31st will be matched by the Rhynard Family Foundation. Can you help us reach this goal?

We are excited to announce that the Rhynard Family Foundation has pledged a match grant of $25,000 to support our Horses for Heroes and EAAT programs! Every donation that we receive from June 1st through August 31st will be matched and we need your help. Each dollar is important and we are hoping to turn this $25,000 into at least $50,000 by August 31! Click the button below, call us, come by, or drop a check in the mail. Remember – Ivey Ranch programs run through the generosity of our community and that community is YOU!

Our Mission:
Ivey Ranch Park is dedicated to encourage the interaction of those of all ages, with and without disabilities, by providing educational and recreational activities. Since 1983 we have served children and adults with disabilities but will not exclude the able bodied, since integration, inclusion and interaction are important components of our program. Serving over 200 individuals a month, our essential goals are:

  • Community integration and participation
  • Personal choice
  • Self-respect and respect for others
  • Competence and self reliance

Currently over two thirds of our clients here at Ivey Ranch Park have moderate to severe disabilities which include behavioral disorders, genetic disorders, and disabilities caused by accident or trauma. School age children come for after school, summer and off-track care. The Center also operates an equestrian facility, in-home respite services, and a Community Garden.