Horse Riding Academy in Mangalore: Will It Be Included Under Smart City Project?

Horse Riding Academy in Mangalore: Will It Be Included Under Smart City Project?

The academy has been training children in the 6-16 age group from Dakshina Kannada. It has trained over 600 students so far. The academy has also plans to train differently-abled, tribal and third gender children in horse riding to help develop their self-confidence and also enable them to compete in paralympic events.
The academy operates out of about 25 cents land obtained on lease from the Jogeshwar Mutt and an equestrian club needs spacious location, one such location is available next to the skating rink adjacent to National Highway 66 at Kadri. Avinand Achchanahalli has submitted representations to the zilla panchayat and Horticulture Department that owns the land to grant three acres on a 49-year lease to the academy to develop a full-fledged academy/ equestrian club. Working on a not-to-profit basis to promote riding activity in the region, the academy is in need of government support to popularise horse riding. He added that he would also approach Mangalore Smart City Ltd., Mangalore City Corporation and elected representatives from the region seeking support for the initiative.

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