What we do
We involve people from local communities who have never been involved with horses to learn about this heritage – and how this can be made relevant to day-to-day life. This can involve teaching young people how to groom and harness horses, have local communities help us work their common lands, or as part of a rehabilitation programme.
What we do is not new. Horses and humans have worked together for centuries. We are now building on this relationship to develop stronger communities. We do this by using our horses to bring people closer to nature – and helping them learn from nature.
Future projects include horse-drawn access to the Isabella Plantation in Richmond park, cutting verges in Petersham, and traditional haymaking in the Royal Parks.
Contact us if your organization would like to join us.