More than 100 people turned out on Saturday night to celebrate the Riding for the Disabled in Wagga.
During the day riders at the centre performed a musical ride and riding display before the evening event saw 132 people enjoy dinner and dancing at the indoor arena.
“It was a fantastic night, everyone was happy,” Wagga RDA Vice President Heather Baker said.
“We had all age groups on the night and some people even came from Queensland and Sydney for the night.”
The centres oldest horse, 38-year-old Mecome, proved to be a popular part of the afternoon. The gelding has taught thousands to ride at the centre since 1982 when he was first used for lessons.
The service has been operating in Wagga for 40 years helping children and adults with a disability development confidence and skills through working with horses.
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