My husband and I are retired and now spend all our time caring for our horse farm. Our farm is situated on 60 acres and there are 52 horses of various breeds here. We are non-profit which means whatever we earn in giving riding lessons, leasing of horses and corporate programs go to the welfare of the horses and the upkeep of our facilities.
DIY and building projects
People who love horses and love being with horses will benefit the most. We also teach those who want to learn to ride in exchange for caring for the horses. We are also involved in conditioning horses for endurance riding; therefore people who want to learn and understand the sport in-depth will also benefit.
We are looking for people who love animals and would like to experience our way of life. Our horses require people to help groom and feed them and keep their stables clean. We welcome people who have riding experience to help exercise the horses. We also participate in equestrian competitions in the country. We do charity programs for disabled children and those with special needs. Our programs use equine facilitated learning and coaching methods to assist development in children.
We provide twin sharing chalets and dormitories for 3-4 people to share, all with en-suite bathrooms. Food is catered for but we have a no alcohol policy on our premises. Workawayers can also cook if they wish.
The attractions close to our farm includes the historical city of Malacca where the remnants of Dutch colonial buildings still stand. About 30 minutes away is Port Dickson with its many beaches. Volunteers can also explore our very own tropical jungle which lies on our property. We have a spare car that volunteers can use on their day off provided they show a valid international driving license.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
More than two
Maximum 25 hours / week
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