Tom Brady is just waiting on his knee.
The owner of HorseFeathers has already cut back the group's spring schedule after his recent knee replacement surgery.
"I'm not getting around very well," Mr. Brady said.
Described by Mr. Brady as "a therapeutic riding program, specifically designed for children with disabilities," Horse Feathers in past years has been open two days during the week and on Saturday during two sessions. The spring session lasts from March until May and the fall session lasts from September to November
This spring, the program is only offered on Saturdays because of Brady's recent knee replacement surgery.
His daughter, Lisa Letteer, is running this session, but she works full-time during the week, which results in the decreased days of operation.
Mr. Brady said that future plans for the program are unknown due to his recovery.
"What we do in the fall session is kind of up in the air," he said. "A lot of it depends on how well my knee heals."
Mr. Brady and HorseFeathers were recently selected as the May recipient of the Giving Your Best award by Augusta's ABC affiliate, WJBF News Channel 6.
According to the station's website, this award "honors people in our community who have made a significant difference in the lives of others."