Time slows right down when you are waiting for something and those final hours after our horses crossed the border were interminably long! But they finally arrived at around 4:30 and were met by our grooms, Sandy and Kayla Paul, and Cynthia. Kelly, Jutta and Swathi managed to make it to us just in time as well!…Read more They’re home!!
Sometimes it's good to break out of the circle, to change the routine, to travel a new route. Our Wednesday group of kids from KGVI is very quick to learn the routine and pick up the exercises. They arrive eager and ready, quick to get helmets on and quicker still to get on their horses.…Read more 15-10-14: Breaking out of the circle
Mike (the multiple amputee) greeted us today with an amazing picture he drew with his mouth.... It is very humbling to see what these kids can achieve even with the severe disabilities they have. Thobizitha, the little girl with Arthrogryphosis, made incredible progress. Her legs are already softer and she was able to sit astride…Read more Thursday Afternoon – 9 October 2014
Big smiles, high fives and lots of clapping!! The new children from KGVI arrived yesterday morning full of energy and eagerness. We hosted eight children, who were between five and eight years old. As this was the first time that they were riding, we spent a little extra time introducing them to the horses and helping…Read more First session for KGVI kids
Rani, our 20-year-old bay pony, is the enticement. When he sees her, Vimbai, a young man with autism, gets off the bus. It is Monday morning and we are hosting students from the Riverside Stimulation Centre. They have never seen horses before, let alone touched them. And we are ready to show them a good…Read more Overcoming fears: Stepping off the bus