The Ride to the Olympics Foundation (RTO) is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to changing history by empowering underrepresented youth throughout the country.
The organization is committed to increasing awareness and exposure to equestrian sports (polo, show jumping and dressage) to overcome barriers, strengthen communities and help youth reach their full potential, who otherwise wouldn’t have the opportunity to do so.
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 historic and powerful initiative will be at a loss without alumni, donor, and community support.
Established in 2017, the Ride to the Olympics Foundation’s (RTO) primary mission is to empower youth who aren’t exactly born into great means 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. This exposure will eliminate barriers, strengthen community engagement and empower youth that may not received the opportunity reach their full potential.