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Image: SARDA hosts Fun Day Join us for an exciting day for the whole family in October, including riding displays from Monte Cavalo Stud Farm

There will be food trucks, beer, champagne & wine trucks, face painting, dog dancing, pony rides and more! Our featured events are riding displays featuring Darth Vader & Princess Leia and Queen Elsa and her white beauty. Photo opporrtunity with Elsa after the demo!   Read More...

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Image: SARDA TAILS - 3rd and 4thTerm 2016 For all the SARDA volunteers it is time to sit back and raise a glass to themselves for a wonderful and amazing effort this second half of 2016.

I’m sure we all share the feeling that this year, once again, has run away from us and here we are busy with all the end of year activities, both personal and for SARDA. As this was being written Mandy van Dugteren was convening our famous Christmas Card Table at the Constantia Shopping Centre and Di Longmore started her gift wrapping project.

Image: African Bank Sponsors RDA CountrySide Challenge. SARDA & African Bank hosting the first ever Countryside Challenge in Africa this year from the 17 to 22 October at the SARDA Centre in Cape Town

The loose flexible body and improved posture attest to the success of the SA Riding for the Disabled Association’s formula, and Meluli’s happy mood at the end of each session is a wonderful bonus.  These constitute the precious blessings to us from SARDA.”  Mathokoza Nhlapo, a mother of a SA Riding for the Disabled Association (SARDA) Cape Town rider, Meluli Nhlapo.   Read More...

Image: Riding Therapy for the Disabled - How horses can heal

It’s a sunny Friday morning. A school bus arrives at the South African Riding for the Disabled Association (SARDA) centre  in Constantia. Eight children, all with different disabilities, get off the bus. It is clear they are excited to have the riding lesson they have been waiting for the whole week.   Read More...

Image: SADDLE UP  - Give children a good leg up Equine-assisted therapy opens up a new world for handicapped children, writes Melanie Farrell

ANGELO, a little boy from the Astra School for the Physically Disabled, is mounting a horse for the first time. His excitement is visible. The riding instructor and her two assistants wheel him up the specially designed ramp, and help him to get out of his wheelchair and onto the pony .   Read More...











































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