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ALTHOUGH the Unicorn Centre is a member of the nationally recognised Riding for the Disabled Association, it's an independent charity and financially stands on its own feet - or maybe I should say hooves.
The Riding For The Disabled Association (RDA) Wear Valley Group Riding Centre for Special People offers opportunities for people aged four and above with a range of disabilities to socialise and develop new skills.
Princess Anne unveiled a plaque at Beechley Riding Stables, Calderstones Park, in her role as president of the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA), to mark the opening to the Sensory Woodland Trail.
The price of a ticket is pounds 5 with proceeds raised going to the Riding for the Disabled Association and The County Air Ambulance Trust.
The event, sponsored by Betfair, will be hosted by the Princess Royal, president of Riding for the Disabled Association and Racing Welfare.
I have worked with Huddersfield Riding for the Disabled Association for over 30 years and while I do not ride myself I have witnessed many great achievements by our riders.
The charity, Riding for the Disabled Association of Dubai (RDAD) has launched a series of educational workshops to help it raise funds for its work offering horseriding to special needs children to help them develop physical, cognitive and emotional skills.
She has written the foreward to the 120-recipe book compiled by the Anglesey branch of the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA).