Equestrian 4 Everyone trains people in life skills using equine partnerships to bring about a positive impact in the community.
The purpose of the Trust is to make equestrian accessible; providing opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to benefit from life-skills, health and well being through interactions with horses, and pathways to equestrian sport.
We aim to provide everyone with an opportunity to be able to experience equestrian activities. Initially the organisation was created to fill the gap between Riding for the Disabled / Special Olympics, and independent riding (riding schools and pony clubs).
Our supported riding programmes focus on people with disabilities, but are available to everyone. We tailor our classes to each individual; working with parents, carers, health care workers or others supporting each individual toward their personal goals. We continually review the programmes we offer, to provide for a wider range of opportunities, and meet the demand from our community.
Our independent riding programmes are targeted at absolute beginners, whatever their abilities. Our goal is to see all our riders reach their potential. If they are riding independently, then we support them moving onto other local riding instructors, schools, or even into competition pathways. We offer an education in basic horse care skills, before moving on to riding instruction - leading, and groundwork, grooming, and general care of horses.
Equestrian 4 Everyone is a registered charitable trust.
We provide equestrian training and competition to people of all ages and abilities. We focus on, but are not limited to those with disabilities.
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