Update November 7 2021

under new Management and rebuilding

However we are recovering after limited operations due to months of Covid lock downs and restrictions.

We have had a recent change to our management structure and a new board elected to bring the organisation into 2022 with a view to meet our mission statement and provide Horse Assisted Learning and Healing to our local community.

With increased volunteer involvement, agistment packages being offered and more families engaged in part-lease arrangements., Our future is looking bright.

We will continue to work to ensure a calendar of activities is accessible in the near future for young members of the community, particularly those with disability or experiencing mental health difficulties.

The new board are meeting regularly to plan ahead for the recommencement of our NDIS supported activities and Junior riding program. We are purchasing new suitable horses for this purpose. This is not something to be rushed as our horses must be perfect for their new roles. Our dedicated volunteers are working very hard to give our premises a facelift to prepare for operations in the New year.

We are a big group of volunteers who also live busy family and work lives. Please be patient as we try to answer your enquiries as soon as possible. Our website will be updated with information regularly.

If you have any questions, please email info@horsesinmind.org.au

Yours faithfully

Horses in Mind