Nomadic culture still has a major significane in Kyrgyzstan, where horses play an important role in the everyday lives of many families who live in the countryside. The more paradoxical is the fact that not long ago, the city residents had nowhere to go for horse riding. Sure, there were (and still are) equestrian sports schools, hippodromes and even stud farms. However, there was not a single equestrian club in the country. Hippotherapy – treatment with the help of a horse was still unknown in Kyrgyzstan. The situation had changed one day when an ordinary horse ride became a vital necessity for a man with cardiac problems. It resulted in the establishment of a Health Club in 1999. During the Soviet era, doctors’ training in hippotherapy was widely practicable in Georgia. In Europe, this method has been developed and successfully used in Germany. Today, hippotherapy is functioning in Russia and Israel. For several years we have been trying to introduce this method in Kyrgyzstan. Now it is actively used for the rehabilitation of children with autism, Down’s syndrome, cerebral palsy. Certainly, once can come to the Health Club just for a ride – either alone, or accompanied by an instructor. There is an option of signing up for training in horse riding. It’s a great outdoor activity for both adults and children, bringing one into high spirits, along with psychological relaxation along with an acquisition of another useful skill. A city dweller who lives today under a tense rhythm and the environmental conditions that leave much to be desired, an opportunity to be closer to nature without too much effort is a huge bonus. The location of the Club is immediately in the outskirts of the city (so one can get there by public transport), at the foot of a mountain, opening into a beautiful view over the capital of Kyrgyzstan. The company has great plans, including participation in international tourist programs.