COVID 19 February 2022 update:

Riders who need more support can have parents trained up to side walk  and help with mounting. Volunteers are also able to support with side walking and are advised to use face coverings to keep themselves safer.

All participants returning will have a  review  of needs as they return,  to ensure appropriate rider horse matching.  

If anyone feels at all unwell they should not attend the centre.

As part of the RDA movement we welcome children and adults who have a disability to our centre in South Buckinghamshire.

As a purpose built centre we provide riding and horse based activities throughout the year. Riders can join groups or have private tuition. Our facilities include a 20 x 40 indoor arena and 20 x 60 outdoor arena.  We also have a classroom for lessons on horse management.

Our usual class lesson timetable will be as follows:

Tuesday 09.00 to 12.30
Wednesday 12.00 – 3.30
Thursday 09.00- 12.30

Saturday 09.00 – 1.30
Sunday 10.00 – 2.30


Individual  lessons for riders  during the week  are arranged and special events, such as grooming sessions and own a pony morning, take place during school holidays. These are posted on our Facebook page – South Bucks RDA

All riders are assessed before joining the group so that we can determine the best horse or pony for them and the best lesson format

As well as lessons, our riders can progress to competition level if they desire and we regularly attend competitions both at the centre and around the country.

If you would like to start riding with us please get in touch.