Situated in the picturesque village of Hough on the Hill, Lincs, Kesteven RiDeAbility is a friendly, welcoming group offering disabled adults and children the opportunity to experience equestrian disciplines such as Dressage, Showjumping and Endurance.
The group offers a proven pathway of success from grass roots therapeutic riding through to competing at the Riding for the Disabled National Championships. Activities include weekly riding sessions, riding holidays in Wales and competing at regional and national level.
Our horses and ponies are perfect for riders up to about 11 st in weight. We offer riding in the arena and walks around the farm – a chance to explore the beautiful Lincolnshire countryside.
We welcome riders with a wide range of disabilities and have a simulator with a hoist if mounting is difficult. Horse riding provides an inclusive, exciting and adventurous outdoor activity for children and adults. Whether you want to ride for therapy, fun or for a new challenge, why not see if we can help?
We are run entirely by volunteers, and we’re always looking for new helpers for a wide range of operational and managerial tasks. Volunteers are needed to help our members benefit from this interactive and progressive therapy - the magical bond between horse and rider.
We look forward to welcoming you into our friendly team
The group is managed by an enthusiastic committee who meet every six weeks to plan activities and fund-raising events. Riding sessions take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays and there are three coaches registered with the group.
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