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Developing ability and enriching lives

Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) Peninsula is a non profit organisation developing ability and enriching lives through specialised programs and relationships with horses.

Riding for the Disabled Peninsula has been given a wonderful opportunity to provide an all-weather program for our riders.

The Uncommon Folk Foundation based in Main Ridge has offered RDA Peninsula the use of their undercover arena and paddocks for the horses to live here as well.

Uncommon Folk Foundation is comprised of a group of farmers who want to help the world to heal itself by growing vegetables and keeping chooks for eggs (looked after by maremmas) and giving small holding farmers a hand getting back to more natural methods of food production.

They also want to help those people who need more help than others and have welcomed us with open arms. We are thrilled to be part of the wonderful group of people who are creating an oasis of health and joy in the hills of Main Ridge.

We moved the horses and tack over the school holidays. The horses have settled in beautifully, and we can’t wait to go on trail rides around this amazing property. They did not turn a hair going into the arena for the first time, and they are very happy here.

We are so looking forward to our first riders arriving in this beautiful setting.

The Uncommon Folk property is located at 328 Main Creek Rd, Main Ridge 3928.

For any more information please contact our email, Facebook or phone Jenny Stidston on 0439 896 158