Seabiscuit Therapeutic Riding Center

Seabiscuit Therapeutic Riding Center, a nonprofit 501(c)(3), is a member therapeutic riding program established in 1993 at historic Ridgewood Ranch in Willits, California, home of the legendary racehorse Seabiscuit. The program

provides services to improve the lives of children and adults who are challenged physically, developmentally, emotionally, and socially.

For donor and volunteer opportunities  or to participate in the program, please contact:

Ridgewood T.R.A.I.L. Riders, Assoc.

16200 N. Hwy 101 • Willits, Calif. 95490

Erin Livingston, Program Director •  Tel.: (707)391-3873

The Frank R. Howard Foundation

Charles S. Howard, owner of the famed racehorse Seabiscuit, donated funds for a hospital to be built in the rural community of Willits, California, in response to the tragic loss of his son, Frank R. Howard. Young Frank suffered a severe accident in a remote area outside Willits, with no hospital near enough to

save his life. Since 1928, Frank R. Howard Memorial Hospital has served the community of Willits and northern Mendocino County with distinction. The Frank R. Howard Foundation is currently raising funds for a new Howard Hospital Campus and Wellness Center in Willits.

Media Contact:

Jacqueline Cooper, Executive Director

Seabiscuit Heritage Foundation

16200 North Hwy. 101

Willits, CA 95490

Tel.: 707.459.5992

Cell: 707.972.4541

Fax: 707.459.5969