Rehome your Retired Jumps Horse with Riding for the Disabled Association Victoria
Are you looking to rehome your retired jumps horse?
The Victorian branch of Riding for the Disabled Association (RDAV) has been a community-driven not-for-profit that enables people with disability of all ages and background to experience freedom and independence through equestrian activities.
They are looking for sound, calm, tolerant, patient, well-educated horses for use in riding, driving and unmounted programs. These traits are often found in a retired jumps horse due to their extensive schooling and long jumps career. A horse that has experienced pony club, or an equestrian discipline are even more sought after.
The Riding For Disabled is a not for profit, with over 200 volunteers and 1100 riders & drivers they are always looking for the desirable retired jumps horse for their adult riders.
RDA Oaklands is already the proud owner of retired jumps horse, Red Bunting (NZ). Now known as Big Buddy, has been a great addition to the RDAV Program. Having worked across all parts of the RDAV program, Big Buddy has seen riders take the reins in structured riding classes, recreational horse riding, games and competitive riding, vaulting, carriage driving, dressage and equestrian camps. Big Buddy is now enjoying paddock life at RDA Oaklands after his retirement from their programs.
If you would like to help the RDA and are looking to rehome your retired jumps horse, please fill in the enquiry form below.