2a Jornada do Campeonato Regional do Special Olympics

Associação de Equitação Adaptada Barlavento | Riding for the Disabled Barlavento

Decorreu no passado dia 27 de Maio a 2.a Jornada do Campeonato Regional de Equitação da Região Sul do Special Olympics Portugal. Agradecimento à Riding for the Disabled Barlavento pela organização e a todos os voluntários e atletas presentes. IPDJ – Instituto Português do Desporto e Juventude, I.P.

Ajude-nos a obter um novo barracão!

Collapsing shed at Riding for Disabled Barlavento

O barracão onde guardamos o nosso equipamento já viu melhores dias! Tem sido vítima de intempéries e encontra-se neste momento inclinado e em risco de colapso!! Se conseguirmos angariar fundos suficientes, gostaríamos muito de substituí-lo por um barracão pré-fabricado (de resina). Por favor faça aqui o seu donativo para podermos atingir o nosso objectivo!

Hippotherapy sessions re-open

Associação de Equitação Adaptada Barlavento | Riding for the Disabled Barlavento

It is with great pleasure that we bring you the news that we have restarted some of our Hippotherapy sessions.We are following strict guidelines due to Covid 19 but we are so pleased to be back in action again,even though we are not yet working with our groups ,we have started!!💪🌈💪🌈

Awards won at the Disabled Special Olympics – October 18th

Associação de Equitação Adaptada Barlavento | Riding for the Disabled Barlavento

The Riding for the Disabled Special Olympics Regional Competition was held on 18th October at Bensafrim.  RDB entered 9 Competitors for the competition: 5 from NECI, 2 from Algoz and 2 from Santo Amaro.  These are the medals we won: WORKING TRAIL  Sofia Sabas (Level CI) – 1ºplace Vera Alves (Level CS) – 1ºplace Raquel Correia (Level CS) – […]

Two silver medals for RDB!

Associação de Equitação Adaptada Barlavento | Riding for the Disabled Barlavento

Lucelia Gloria, aged 30, a rider from Riding For The Disabled Barlavento (RDB) has won two silver medals at the above games. Lucelia won her two medals in the Level CS – English working trails and the Level CS – English equitation. Over 7,000 competitors from over 190 nations took part in the games which […]