Wakefield RDA provides horse riding to improve the health and well-being of people with disabilities in the Wakefield District.
Wakefield Riding for the Disabled Association (Wakefield RDA) is a Comany Limited by Guarantee and a Charity that provides horse riding for people with disabilities to improve their general health and well-being. They also provide training and qualifications in horse care and riding for young people.
Their clients include small children, young people and adults with a wide range of physical and learning disabilities, mental health and behavioral problems.
Wakefield RDA was established in 1990 and riding activities are based at Pennine Community, a Specialist FE Residential College for young people with learning disabilities. Students at Pennine Community work alongside RDA to learn horse care, help with stable duties and enjoy riding sessions.
Wakefield RDA offers it’s services all year round to people from Wakefield and the surrounding areas.