The Accessibility Mark has been designed by the RDA (Riding for the Disabled), in partnership with the British Equestrian Federation’s participation brand, Hoof, to allow more people with disabilities to enjoy the benefits that horse riding can bring. Set in the beautiful Sussex countryside, Grove Farm Riding School offers an idyllic setting to learn to ride. The superb facilities on offer include an outdoor arena, an extensive local network of bridlepaths and a friendly highly trained team of people of all ages and abilities helping clients learning to ride, at a pace that feels comfortable to them.
Here at Grove Farm Riding School we are opening our doors to more of our local community than ever thanks to specialist training allowing the centre to offer riding opportunities for disabled people. Our Iden based centre has been accredited as an Accessibility Mark centre following training from Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA).
The staff all completed their training and assessment day and we look forward to being a successful venue for riders with disabilities under the Acessibility Mark scheme.
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Accessibility Mark is a Sport England Funded initiative that has been developed by Riding for the Disabled Association in partnership with Hoof to ensure more disabled people have access to horse riding. The pilot project launched in November 2013 and focuses sharing skills with commercial riding centres, schools and clubs to deliver horses riding opportunities to the disabled community with confidence thanks to the specialist training and support they have received from Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA).