Ride to the Olympics

RTO is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering youth through the opportunity to learn the art of Equestrian Sports, Fashion, and Leadership Development.

RTO is committed to increasing awareness and exposure throughout the country to horse related sports such as Polo, Show Jumping, and Dressage.

With growing support of the foundation, its mission to empower underrepresented youth through equestrian sports, establish HBCU polo teams, and to ultimately foster the first Black Olympic polo players, is gaining great momentum for continued success. But this historical and powerful initiative will be at a loss without alumni, donors, and community support. 

For more information visit Ride To The Olympics Foundation website: www.ridetotheolympics.org

Offers youth the opportunity to learn more about horses and how to ride. Activities include equestrian education, barn management, horse care, team building, and animal behavior.​


Offering leadership coaching, job training, workforce and professional development, and financial literacy learning opportunities.


This initiative comes with the aspiration of creating competitive polo players of color, with a goal of getting players ready for both the collegiate and Olympic level


A one-day hands-on event designed to expose youth to horse and the required responsibilities of maintaining a barn


A one-day outing designed to expose underrepresented youth to polo and jumping shows.