An Oxfordshire-based charity, Riding for the Disabled, has become so popular that it's now hoping to move to a larger facility.
It's a centre which has been helping disabled children for nearly 30 years and was originally opened by the Princess Royal.
It's the relationship between the children and the horses that makes all the difference.
Our reporter Cary Johnston went along to their centre near Abingdon, to find out more about the work they do.
Cary spoke to parents Colin Mills, Su Coulthard and Kaylene Potter. He also spoke to Ann Barlow from Riding for the Disabled Association in Abingdon and horse rider Isobel Mills.