The Ranch & Staff

Ride to Walk’s home is a 21-acre ranch with a 6-acre lake located in the town of Lincoln just 30 minutes from Sacramento, CA. This tranquil and beautiful facility contributes to the unique work that humans and horses do together to develop new skills, build independence, decrease anxiety and create relationships with their amazing equine therapists.

Staff

Dr. Kristine Corn, PT, MSPT, Doctor of Physical TherapyFounder & Executive Director

Dr. Kristine Corn oversees the evaluation and development of each rider at Ride to Walk. She is a graduate of University of Southern California where she received her bachelor’s degree and University of the Pacific where she received both her masters and doctoral degrees. 

Dr. Kris is also the founder, therapist and director of Sierra Pediatric Therapy Clinic in Roseville, CA. At this clinic, she treats children from birth to adult with brain injuries from birth, accidents, and genetic disorders. Her passion is helping these children reach their greatest potential.


Terry CampbellRanch Manager

Terry has been with Ride to Walk since the organization’s inception. The ranch, as it looks and functions today, has come almost entirely from his vision. Leading a dynamic team of volunteers, Terry took a nearly barren property and transformed it to a stunning ranch that supports this very important work. 

Terry welcomes new volunteers to keep the ranch in full swing, so please feel free to contact him to help with fun and interesting projects around the ranch.


Wendy SilvaBarn Manager

Our illustrious barn manager, Wendy has been a horse trainer for more than 20 years. She has trained with world renowned horse trainers, such as John Lyons, Josh Lyons, Pat & Linda Parelli and Genevieve de Montremare. 

Since her involvement with Ride to Walk her training techniques have brought the abilities of these special horses to new levels. She demonstrates a true passion for her profession and this love has flowed over to our riders, parents, volunteers and all those connected to the ranch.