Welcome to Cambs College RDA!

Hello and welcome to Cambridgeshire College Group of the Riding for the Disabled Association.

Cambs College RDA is a fun and friendly group which meets weekly to provide equestrian activities to young adults with disabilities in the Cambridge area. Founded in the late 1980s, the group is well-established at The College of West Anglia's Milton campus in north Cambridge, and is run entirely by volunteers.

As well as riding lessons, we also have a separate vaulting group, which provides vaulting lessons for all age groups and abilities. Vaulting is essentially gymnastics on top of a moving horse and is very different from regular riding! It can help improve balance, coordination, and team work. The Vaulting group meets at weekends at Contessa Riding School in Hertfordshire.

We need funds to provide these valuable activities to disabled people. Please consider donating to our group.

We hope you enjoy having a browse through our website and learning more about the group.

Please scroll down to find the latest news!

Success for RDA participant at the Special Olympics World Games!

We’ve had some great news out of the Special Olympics World Games in Berlin – four RDA Participants who took part came home with an amazing 11 medals! Our own rider Christopher Bradley won gold in 3 A level events, Dressage, English Equitation and Working Trials, scoring a brilliant 77% in the dressage canter test- a fantastic achievement!