Accessibility Mark, delivered by Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA), aims to up skill riding centres to allow them to offer riding lessons to the disabled community.
Designed to provide 13-18 year olds with a local equestrian club in a way that will help them develop new skills, new friends and have fun!
Encouraging, empowering and uniting women to get into the saddle & share their stories
Friars Hill Stables in North Yorkshire is the latest riding establishment to sign up for the Accessibility Mark scheme, to enable them to offer more riding opportunities to disabled people.
Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA), in partnership with Hoof, the British Equestrian Federation's (BEF) participation programme launched a pilot of the Accessibility Mark scheme and...
Improving your horse knowledge and skills can be fun and rewarding thanks to a new scheme launched by The British Horse Society.
Elizabeth Downie from Trafford, Greater Manchester has taken second place in the Sportivate Participant of the Year Awards held in London this week, in recognition of her contribution and...