The origins of SBRDA date back to 1957, when Mrs VDS Williams visited a group of disabled people in Bristol to give a display on her horse. Over the next 7 years she collaborated with Farnham Park rehabilitation Centre and fellow Olympic rider, Joanna Hall and in 1965 the Centre was finally opened.
In 1973 the group moved to its current site at Mill House Farm and has been expanded and developed ever since.
Our Centre has helped many disabled children and adults over the years and some have gone on to become National and Olympic Champions in the sport of Para Dressage, including Sophie Christensen and Julie Payne.
Our volunteers and instructors help children and adults with a range of disabilities get a sense of independence as well as exercise and rehabilitation. Please browse our site for more information on the Centre, our horses and ponies and how to join us as either a rider or volunteer.
Thank you to our new sponsors Farm & Stable Supplies for supporting us at South Bucks RDA. Please click on the Farm and Stable logo or go to www.farmstable.com and for every purchase of Steri 7 disinfectant made they will make a donation to the South Bucks RDA!