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Horse ABCD Horse Assisted Programs - (Main Project)

Horse ABCD Horse Assisted Programs - (Main Project)

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HorseABCD Foundation (Non-Profit Organization)

We use horses and other animals in our Horse Assisted Programs.

Over the past years the need for Horse Assisted Programs has grown tenfold. Although we have been involved with these programs for 36 years, the demand is growing so much, that financially it is becoming difficult doing it out of our own finances.

Through our Social Development Program We offer Animal & Horse-Assisted Therapy to children through to adulthood on a continued basis, that is disadvantaged, with special needs and troubled children for as long as those needs exist in our world. We also make it possible for wheel chair horse lovers to ride Horses.

With the assistance of our equine, cat and canine friends teach them with and about love, trust, respect, and empathy. This is to empower, guide and socially develop these children and adult to overcome their personal and social difficulties.

We care, breed, school, develop, use and market our own Therapy Horses.

Our work and horses could be viewed on our Website and which is static and currently undergoing an upgrade.

Our Facebook Groups is more active

Equines Rest Equestrian Centre & Stables

Our biggest goal and dream is to establish a one of a kind Horse Therapy Centre for our Horses and children.

Should you want to know anything about our horses or programs contact Martha ELs E-Mail

HorseABCD appreciate any contributions or help.


  • Jul 04, 2017 - USD $ 7.97
  • ":D" - Hesti

  • Jul 04, 2017 - R 30.00
  • "Towards a good course" - Martha

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Donations to date

R 36 135.21

Fundraising target

R 80 000.00

Funds raised offline

R 36 000.00


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Accept for continuing with their Animal assisted Programs, the intention of is to erect a world-class on of a kind Horse Assisted Therapy “Rehab” Centre to service our Western Cape Rural community on a continued basis to overcome their social and personal difficulties.