Alisha Griffiths, a born horsewoman, destined to live and work with horses is the founder of Rehab4Rehab.
Rehab4Rehab was an idea stemmed from Alisha’s strong need to help retired racehorses, where she could offer them a home and a new life post racing. Her entrepreneurial mind, plus her previous business and marketing experience, allowed her to give children the helping hooves they need too.
Alisha’s background in horses started with riding and breeding warmbloods, followed by the establishment of Horseback Winery Tours in 2013. She had a clear vision to create one of the best equestrian facilities in the country, catering to any level of rider and individual. Her staff, horses and property surpassed everyone’s expectation and it became one of the leading tourist destinations on the Mornington Peninsula. In addition to the famous tours, Horseback become home to the always sold-out school holiday and equine education programs, a hub for lessons, agistment and much more. It was truly a magical place Alisha created.
After years of operations, juggling it with raising two young children, Horseback came to a close in 2018. Not one to not to share her magnificent property, agistment still remained under Alisha’s other business Red Hill Equestrian, allowing all horse and riders agisting there to continue accessing the best facilities and the most amazing trails on their doorstep.
It was in late 2019 when the idea for Rehab4Rehab emerged and in true Alisha style, it was a done deal and the old Horseback paddocks almost immediately started slowly filling up with retired racehorses, ready to take on the world. Soon after, everything started falling into place and Alisha became the proud founder of something special, Rehab4Rehab.
Today and every day, Alisha lives on her equestrian property in Main Ridge, Victoria at the home of Rehab4Rehab with her two young children, dogs, cats and horses, and she is fortunate enough to combine her passions and provide this wonderful service. With her strong drive for success, it’s only a matter of time before Rehab4Rehab takes on the country, helping as many horses and children as it can.
As we say at Rehab4Rehab, it’s a win/win outcome.