The history and news of the different horses which were ridden during SLL projects.
The 2008 horses are presented with details of their place of origin and breeder. The first set of photographs was taken with their breeders at work in the Camargue. Other photos show the horses at work & at play in the riding centres they were donated to. These centres use the horses for riding for the disabled and other therapeutic interaction with handicapped people and children (their faces have been blurred in the images).
The horses also participate in other activities at the centres or in competitons; this may include dressage or jumping and the Camargue horse has proved it’s versatility in many fields.
Camargue horses lighten in colour as they age; foals are born black, chocolate or chestnut coloured. Their names start with a letter corresponding to the year of birth.