A pair of dedicated locals were guests of honour at a special session of riding at Horsepower Margaret River this month.
Horsepower Margaret River operates from the Margaret River Pony & Horseman's Club and provides horse riding opportunities for people living with disability.
At their most recent riding session, well known community members Bob and Kath Castle were invited to a thank you lunch, and to watch the riding session in action.
"Bob and Kath, who established Castle's Legacy, made a very generous donation through the legacy which has enabled Margaret River Horsepower to have a new ramp built," explained club spokesperson Christine Bairstow.
"This will aid clients to safely mount and dismount the horses, and for the volunteers to help them in the safest way possible."
A bush walk and other activities were held with the first group, followed by lunch with a beautifully decorated celebration cake prepared by Annette Milne, after which the second group enjoyed their riding session.
For more information on Horsepower Margaret River, visit www.facebook.com/RidingForDisabledMargaretRiver
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