About Us

Instructor: Taylor Kilgore

Taylor has always had a love for horses and for people. She graduated from Utah State University in May of 2019 with a degree in Psychology and Equine Assisted Activities and Therapy. She has several years of experience working in equine therapy, including work with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, anxiety, depression, OCD and trauma. Taylor also has a background working in Applied Behavior Analytic (ABA) therapy with children on the Autism Spectrum. She looks forward to serving the community in a way she finds to be meaningful and very effective.

Through adaptive horseback riding, the program aims to assist each participant in meeting their needs and goals. Generally, the program aids in developing the following skills: emotional awareness, social skills, impulse control, self-confidence, trust, empathy, problem solving, gross and fine motor skills, strength, balance, executive functioning and speech.

Meet the Horses!


Coco is a 24 year old Arabian mare who has been giving lessons for several years. Standing at 15 hands she is a small horse but she has plenty of go and is a master lesson horse. Come by and meet her!


Dakota is an 12 year old Quarter Horse gelding and is a new member of the Walk On team. He is the largest horse in the program at 16 hands tall, but is the sweetest and most gentle horse there is.


Luke is a 14 year old Quarter horse gelding who came to the program from Twin Falls, Idaho. He has previously given lessons and has also done jumping, showing, barrels, poles and trial riding. He is the definition of an all around horse!


Cowboy is a 22 year old Quarter Horse gelding who is as laid back as horses come! He enjoys walking out on trails and works with clients who ride on lead.

In Loving Memory

Joe was a very special member of the Walk On team and spent many days teaching, loving and caring for the children he worked with. He departed to greener pastures on March 25th, 2020. We miss him dearly and will always cherish the memories we have with him.