Wakefield Riding for the Disabled Association

Ridning for the Disabled Logo

Wakefield Riding for the Disabled is based at Pennine, and many of the Pennine students ride and learn to care for the horses.

Ben and Sam grazing

Wakefield RDA has 8 horses and ponies of various sizes and is able to offer both riding and carriage driving for people who have disabilities.

We are one of over 500 groups catering for over 25,000 riders nationally. Groups and individuals come from all over the Wakefield District.


Volunteering for Wakefield RDA

Jumping

Wakefield RDA relies on the input and support of volunteers — people who want to share in the fun and excitement and be part of the environment that brings horses and people together for such great benefit.

We need volunteers with a wide range of skills — not just those who help with riding or carriage driving, but also fund raisers, committee members and people to help with a bit of DIY.

We need help even for as little as one hour every week. We will show you what to do and maybe even provide you with coffee and biscuits! If you would like to help, please phone 01924 241341 or e-mail enquiries@wrda.org.uk

Latest news

 For the latest RDA news go to www.wakefieldrda.typepad.co.uk.