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British Blind Sport and RDA launch guide to visually impaired equestrian sport

British Blind Sport and Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) are proud to launch a new educational resource, designed to support visually impaired (VI) people who take part in equestrian sport and activities. National charities, British Blind Sport and the RDA are working in partnership to better understand the needs of visually impaired people when accessing equestrian sport. With support ... Read More »

Inclusive Riding Sessions: Engaging mind and body

The University of Nottingham Equestrian club’s Inclusive Riding Sessions are breaking new ground, providing students with a disability with the opportunity to access the mental, physical and social benefits of equestrian sports. These sessions aim to display how accessible horse riding is, and to improve the accessibility of sports at higher education institutions. Unfairly, for many people, disability is a ... Read More »