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The Wormwood Scrubs Pony Centre - Riding for the Disabled               Registered Charity 1045045
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Marianne's Story
The story of Marianne, a six year old child with Phelan Mcdermid Syndrome who rides at the Wormwood Scrubs Pony Centre in West London. Voiceover by Martin Clunes.



  'From Arabia to Royal Ascot'
Watch a beautiful short clip of Releef who is one of the stunning Wormwood Scrubs Pony Centre's Arabian Horses. He is filmed running in the arena at midnight. This was for the exhibition put on by the British Museum.
 

Welcome to the
Wormwood Scrubs Pony Centre
We hope you enjoy viewing our web pages and seeing a little of what happens at the unique little oasis that sits in the shadows of the famous prison and the White City estate

 
Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal presenting one of the bridles, kindly made & donated by the Worshipful Company of Loriners' for the 'Dancing White Horses' at the 25th anniversary reception.
        
        The Wormwood Scrubs Pony Centre
                              Founded in 1989

The Centre is a registered charity providing riding and equine therapy for children, specialising in those with special needs and physical disabilities.
Over the years the Pony Centre has grown from 3 ponies and hand built stables to a professional establishment with a traditional stable yard that homes the 20 horses and ponies.
There is also a large indoor riding arena built in 1994 through the BBC Challenge Anneka.

The Charity is run by a small team of very experienced  and qualified staff who are supported by many dedicated volunteers.

The Mission is to improve the quality of the lives of the children and young people who attend the Centre.
To encourage children to remain innocent children by giving them the opportunities of learning to ride and care for ponies in a safe and supportive environment.

Projects for 2017 
The first is to source more professional vaulting equipment for the recently formed vaulting group. Vaulting is known as gymnastics on horseback and is an activity that both able and disabled children can take part in. The goal is to raise £3,000
The second project is to take a team of young people and the six Camargue horses to the Buckham Fair on 20th August. At the Fair the children and horses will take part in several 'Dancing White Horse Displays.
This project will cost £3,000. £1.800 for transport & £1,200 for kit for the 12 riders.

You are invited to watch a clip called
'My horse and me'.
The clip shows Martin Clunes OBE Patron of WSPC, Sister Mary Joy Langdon Founder of WSPC and Nic Fiddian Green an artisit who sculptures horses heads.



   'Live the dream'                       
  becomes reality for children who attend the        Wormwood Scrubs Pony Centre.

The Loriners' Stable Yard

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