Rescue Horse association in Spain is looking for helpers

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Riding Fun In The Sun

Rescue Horse exchange -We are an association for rescuing horses, in order to maintain the horses we do horse trekking for tourists in some amazing countryside. We can offer volunteers in exchange for helping with the horses some amazing riding in beautiful countyside, meeting people from all over the world and a real country/off grid experience.

Come horse riding and enjoy the stunning mountain views of the Casares, Manilva and Gaucin countryside.

Located only 13 km inland from San Luis De Sabinillas on the Costa De Sol our location is an amazing spot for exploring the stunning Andalucian countryside by horseback.

Do you charge volunteers a daily or weekly fee?

No, we offer free food and accommodation

How many hours of volunteering help will you expect per week?

about 20-25 hours

General info

Come horse riding and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Andalucian countryside. Enjoy scenic views of the beautiful white village of Casares offering stunning panoramic views of the sea towards Gibraltar and the North African coast. Our team of horses will gently ride you through the beautiful Casares/Manilva/Gaucin countryside. Experience riding along the Sabinillas and Duquesa Beaches. We have a range of horses for all levels of rider/non rider and both English and Spanish saddles for your convenience.

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5 thoughts on “Rescue Horse association in Spain is looking for helpers

    1. You can contact them directly (see contact details section at the end of the announcement) . There is no need to pay or register.
      Have a nice volunteering experience. ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. I am a Mindfulness teacher, and beginner Yoga teacher. I am training in TRE Trauma and tension release exercise. I would love to offer some of my skills as part of a mutual exchange. I am hard working and very reliable and I am open to learning new skills and tasks.

    I worked previously for one summer in a horse stables and have a Diploma in Animal care and conservation. I love being in nature and the the outdoors,

    I want to learn Spanish, I am a complete beginner and ideally want to stay in Spain to be immersed in the culture and language. My interests are travelling, Hiking, cycling, kayaking,Yoga

    1. Hi Lee, thanks for being here! This is the comment section: hosts might not read the comments very often. The best thing is to get in touch with them using the relevant links (in the contact details section) which is at the end of the announcement.

  2. Good morning,
    I am Beate, 18 years old, from Germany.
    After finishing my vocational training to be a foreign language correspondant for English and Spanish, I’d love to spend 4 weeks working abroad in August/September.
    As Iยดve been a passionate rider for 12 years during which I gained experience and knowledge in caring for horses and riding, Iยดd love to work at a equestrian business like yours, where I can also improve my skills and knowledge concerning horses, in my time abroad. For 5 years now I am caring about a cross-bred horse, which I adore very much, and we spend most of our time going for rides outside.
    If possible, I’d like to participate in the Erasmus program. Would that be okay for you?
    I’m looking forward to your answer.
    Best regards!

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