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If you or someone you know is looking for therapy, a new challenge, or just the chance to socialise and have fun – why not find your nearest Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) group today.
Become part of something big
RDA has around 450 Groups and 50 partnerships with commercial riding centres across the UK who organise activities for 25,000 riders and carriage drivers - all made possible by around 18,000 volunteers.
Lots to do
RDA offers a wide range of different activities for you to try. These range from riding and carriage driving to showjumping, vaulting, dressage and endurance. There are regional and national competitions to take part in as well as holidays and education programmes. All these help to develop your skills and of course are great fun.
All ages and abilities
Recommended by medical professionals
Suitable for physical, learning and sensory disabilities
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As well as riding and driving many participants wish to get involved as volunteers and coaches. Perhaps you have skills you could share with RDA and don’t forget it’s not just about working with horses - there is a role for everyone in RDA.