offers therapeutic riding to people with special needs to benefit their health and well being, to achieve their goals and to have fun!
The experience gained through riding and contact with our horses and our volunteers helps them develop self esteem, confidence and independence.
As a voluntary organisation (registered charity no. 1125242) our group receives no state or lottery funding at all. We rely entirely on donations and our fundraising.
RideLondon 2019 – 3rd & 4th August
Please support Colin Davies and Robert Moorehead-Lane who are riding in the RideLondon100 Cycle event on our behalf and Henry Sayers who rides with us on a Saturday is riding in the RideLondon19.
I have become affiliated with Cranleigh RDA through our daughter. She was fortunate enough to have the experience of volunteering at Casi’s Farm for the past 9 months as part of her Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award. She has found it such a rewarding experience, that I wanted to give something back and participate in the RideLondon100 bike event to raise as much money as possible to support the remarkable work that all of the volunteers deserve. I am fortunate enough not only to have seen what she has gained from being a part of Cranleigh RDA, but also the excitement and joy on the faces of the kids fortunate enough to benefit from the facilities Cranleigh RDA provides.
I have to admit to being a relatively novice and predominantly leisurely cyclist – or at least I was before I agreed to ride on behalf of Casi’s Farm. What was an enjoyable and relaxing past time, has taken on a somewhat greater significance in the past week. With my wife’s encouragement and a programme of 3 – 4 rides a week, so not only make it around, but hopefully enjoy the experience, has begun in earnest. Please dig as deep as you can in supporting me to raise as much as possible. Although no less painful, knowing that Cranleigh RDA will be able to continue providing this remarkable experience, will make it slightly more bearable!
As for me well I work in the city for a management consultancy, I have been doing triathlons since 1999 and for the last few years whilst living in the USA I regularly rode in the Alabama back road century series which are a set of 100 mile rides around the state and into Florida and Georgia.
Henry is cycling the LondonRide19 to raise funds for RDA Cranleigh. He has been horse
riding at Casi’s Farm since February 2017 and has a lot of fun on Saturday mornings.
Thanks to all the volunteers who make this happen.
Please support our riders at: http://virginmoneygiving.com/fund/CranleighRDARideLondon
Cranleigh RDA has over 190 volunteers who assist with riding or running the charity.
You don’t have to have any equine experience to help us as full training is given to all our volunteers.
CAN YOU HELP – WE URGENTLY NEED MORE VOLUNTEERS
Benefits for you
- Learn new skills
- Help to make a difference
- Make new friends
- Be part of a team
- Enjoy the outdoors (and keep fit!)
- Boost your CV
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Horse riding offers a degree of independence that many disabled people cannot have in their daily life.
Over 200 adults and children from an extensive area around Cranleigh and Guildford, stretching into West Sussex, ride at Cranleigh RDA.
Would you like to join them?