Monday, November 22, 2010


Never say again " there is nothing to do in Khartoum " come along and help disabled children "ride high" in Sudan.

As many as 2 or 3 volunteers may be needed for each rider. Volunteers with horse experience are needed to lead the horses and double as backriders, those with little or no horse experience can be trained as side walkers.

Our riding therapy program depends almost entirely on volunteer help. We need volunteers to help in every aspect from grooming the horses to fund-raising.

Contact:- Jane-anne on 0918215592

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Happiness is hippotherapy!

Hippotherapy at Miracles Sudan riding center.

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Laying across the horse can be quite tiring. So he also enjoys sitting in a forward facing position

Trying out different positions to improve posture

A little boy with Ceribral Palsy, laying on his belly durin his hipptherapy sessions to improve his posture.

He has a slight bend in his spine and can not sit up straight. Riding like this strenthens his back muscles.