Riding for the Disabled sets up at new Tintenbar home

RIDING for the Disabled has had a seemingly seamless transition to their new property at Houghlahans Creek Rd, Tintenbar, after having to move out of a property at North Teven where they had been for more than 30 years.

The 100 acre property had been bequeathed to them.

"Money seems to trickle in like magic when we need it," said Riding for the Disabled's horse manager Megan Huett.

Their benefactor was Brian McNamee, a man who was not known to anybody at Riding for the Disabled, but who had obviously heard of the good work they do.

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