Riding for the Disabled

About RDA – Enriching lives through horses

At Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA), horses benefit the lives of over 25,000 disabled children and adults. With fun activities like riding and carriage driving, RDA provide therapy, fitness, skills development and opportunities for achievement – all supported by 18,000 amazing volunteers and qualified coaches at nearly 500 RDA centres all over the UK.

RDA is an inclusive and diverse organisation. RDA welcome clients with physical and learning disabilities and autism, and there are no age restrictions. Through their network of member groups, RDA is at work in every corner of the UK, in our cities and remote rural areas, bringing the therapy, achievement and fun of horses to as many people as they can.

Contact RDA at www.rda.org.uk


RDA groups may be closed for now, but there are still plenty of ways to take part in RDA fun. Here are some free resources to help you get creative, learn more about horses and test your skills.


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