Life changing opportunities

Developing Life Skills & Aspirations

A safe positive place to belong

At Ebony Horse Club we use horses to improve the education, life skills and aspirations of young people growing up in some of the most disadvantaged communities in south London. We teach riding and horse care, take groups to outdoor events and on residential trips, and mentor children experiencing significant challenges in their everyday lives.

Our Stories

Building lifetime memories

"I remember seeing the stables being built from the balcony where I live, so I came down and found out how I could learn to ride. It's changed the way I feel about life."

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Blog: The role horses played in shaping the person I am today

"Riding taught me how to be a responsible, hardworking and empathetic adult " To mark National Trustees Week, one of our Trustees, Shauna Leven, talks about the important role horses have played in her life

A great day at the races

During October half-term a group of members headed to Lingfield Park Racecourse in Surrey to watch a day of pony racing organised by The Pony Club. They were joined by HRH, The Princess Royal who was interested to learn of their ambition to become pony jockeys.

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The Queen & our President, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, arriving for their visit, Tuesday 29th October 2013. Received by Sir David Brewer (Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London) presenting, Councillor Mark Bennett (The Worshipful the Mayor of Lambeth) Rt. Hon Tess Jowell MP, Ms Sue York (Chair Ebony Horse Club), Ros Spearing (Director, Ebony Horse Club)

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