Become a Horseshoe Hero!
Become a NZ Riding for the Disabled Horseshoe Hero in 2021 and your significant generosity will help us continue to reach more riders and change more lives.
Show your support — will you be a Bronze, Silver, Gold, or Platinum Horseshoe Hero?
PLATINUM HERO — $50 A MONTH
You get a platinum-coloured Horseshoe Hero button badge and we recognise you as a Platinum Horseshoe Hero throughout 2021.
GOLD HERO — $500
You get a gold-coloured Horseshoe Hero button badge and we recognise you as a Gold Horseshoe Hero throughout 2021.
SILVER HERO — $250
You get a silver-coloured Horseshoe Hero button badge and we recognise you as a Silver Horseshoe Hero throughout 2021.
BRONZE HERO – $100
You get a bronze-coloured Horseshoe Hero button badge and we recognise you as a Bronze Horseshoe Hero throughout 2021.
You can proudly wear your button badge to show the world that you believe that riding develops ability.
How to become a Horseshoe Hero and claim your button badge
Choose Platinum ($50 a month), Gold ($500),
Silver ($250) or Bronze ($100)
For Platinum, your code will be PLATINUM21
For Gold, your code will be GOLD21
For Silver, your code will be SILVER21
For Bronze, your code will be BRONZE21
Make your donation online by credit card Go to donate to make your donation.
We will send you your Horseshoe Hero button badge
Thank you for your kind donation which will help more riders reach their goals.
Anne is achieving her goals
In October 2015 I fell while jumping my young horse and sustained a spinal cord injury which has left me a T4/5 paraplegic.
I have been a horse rider since the age of 12. Before my accident I was a competitive rider competing mainly in Eventing. When I left the Burwood Spinal Unit in February 2016 I was determined to ride again, but unsure if it was even possible.”
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