riding for the disabled association
At Childs Farm we all ride horses, and we love it! The joy of riding your horse or pony across the countryside, doing your first canter, jumping a fence, getting your pony on the bit – well it makes you feel grrrrreat.
For those who have a disability, riding isn’t easy, but the benefits of how it makes your feel are huge. The Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) helps over 30,000 people with disabilities in the UK take part in riding, carriage driving and vaulting activities.
At Childs Farm we have raised money and volunteered for the RDA, but we wanted to do more to help, which is why the RDA benefits directly with 10% of the profits our sales. If you would like to learn more about the RDA or even better volunteer to help, click on the logo which is linked to their website.