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Our Success Stories

HOW WE HELP PEOPLE ACHIEVE

E4E is touching many lives, not only those who are riding, but their families, and the volunteers that help.  Please join with us in celebrating our riders' successes.
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Brydie spent two years riding with RDA, but was unable to keep riding with them.  Brydie never speaks without a prompt, but after riding last week, she hopped into the car and said “I love horse riding”. - Feb 2014

Paul , loves horses and loves riding, but hasn’t ridden since a teenager at Riding for the Disabled (RDA).
Paul had a fear of heights, so he took eight lessons before being able to get on the pony; each week getting a step closer. He now regularly competes at our ribbon days. 

Kristina used to ride with RDA 15 years ago. She loves riding and now at the age of 27 is delighted to be able to be riding again.

Erin represents Special Olympics Hibiscus Coast in equestrian. She loves dressage but has struggled to be able to go to competitions. E4E has been able to support Erin in providing extra coaching lessons and supported her at the Warkworth Dressage competition. She was awarded 3rd place! 

Takara (aged 11) was being bullied at school. Throughout her 10 lessons her confidence and self esteem increased enough for her to learn to put into practise skills she was being taught in how to react and deal with the issues.