What some of our riders have to say


" Once again we wish to express our heartfelt gratitude to SARDA Gauteng for the opportunity they have given our school to participate in their therapeutic riding programme "

Goudveld Senior School
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" We feel that if there is any possibility of continuing with this therapy, even if there is a cost attached to it, that the benefits would be tremendous and far reaching in Sean’s life. "

Steven and Helene Knight
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" She is an ex-premature baby with Cerebral Palsy and more specifically Spastic Diplegia and a right sided Hemiplegia. She was recommended to SARDA by her Physiotherapist,…, when she was 3 years old and not yet able to walk. "

Peter Owen-Jones
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" We are also delighted by the amazing progress made by the children who have participated in your therapy, and look forward to a further batch of needy children being in a position to gain the same benefit from attending these sessions. "

St Vincent School for the Deaf

" Therapeutic Horseback riding is the use of horses and equine-assisted activities in order to achieve goals that enhance physical, emotional, social, cognitive, behavioural and educational skills for people who have disabilities and those with learning problems and social problems. Equine movement offers well-modulated sensory input to vestibular, proprioceptive, tactile and visual channels. During therapeutic riding, we are able to positively influence the following systems: postural, sensory, motor, movement grading, respiratory control, sensory integration and attentional skills. "

Diana Coetzer, Hippotherapist

" Our learners have benefited a lot from horse riding. Horse riding gives a chance to inactive muscles to experience movement. It also has psychological benefits as learners interact in class and it raises their self-esteem. "

Adelaide Tambo School for Physically Challenged

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