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Sandra Glanville joined us as our new stable manager in October 2011.  Sandra comes with years of experience, so  offers so much to our yard.
The worker - often seen picking up poo and pulling ragwort
Sandy Tibbles has been with us forever, joining us well over 30 years ago.  First as a volunteer and then as a member of staff.  Sandy is well known for her positive attitude - she keeps us all very focused! 
Often seen around the fields with the lovely Kizzy
Kate Cobbald has also been with us since the early days.  Kate has given up much of her precious time over the years as a volunteer and still turns up on a regular basis.  Kate is often seen out in the fields doing the jobs that we try to avoid.  Kate’s dog Kizzy loves to come and annoy Sandy by sitting on the chairs.
Join our Facebook group Join our Facebook group Please donate and leave a message Send us an email Send us an email Send us an email Send us an email Registered Charity No. 1141360 (Please note our charity used to be known as Abingdon Group RDA with charity number 1074161, this charity ceased to exist in 2014 when it was replaced with the current incorporated form of RDA Abingdon Ltd (with the charity number 1141360). (A Group Member of the Riding for the Disabled Association incorporating Carriage Driving, Registered Company No 5010395, Registered Charity No, 244108) Abingdon RDA twinned with Kenya RDA
Abingdon RDA
Offering riding opportunities to disabled people in Oxfordshire and beyond.
Chin Wangthumtong is our handy-man.  Chin can mend almost anything and loves to save us money by re-using anything that he can lay his hands on. Chin can also often be seen helping out in the yard and maintaining the fields.
Iris Bunce - Iris comes with lots of experience and works weekday mornings. She also gets the stalls ready for the morning later on in the day. This really helps the early morning staff.  Iris has her own horse in another yard, so is very busy. As well as helping out around the yard, Iris will be schooling the horses.
Molly started riding with us many years ago and has progressed on to paralympics.  Molly is with us until she starts university next year. Molly is an expert rider with bags of experience and she will be really hands-on with the schooling of the ponies.
Part time groom required.  Essential requirements - experience with horses, over 17 years old, willing to drive a small tractor (training provided), able to start at 8:00 a.m.  Preferred requirements - ability to school ponies, riding/loose schooling & lunging. To start as soon as possible.  Phone Sandra 07761998805 or stables 01865 820728 (a.m.).
Registered Charity No. 1141360  (A Group Member of the Riding for the Disabled Association incorporating Carriage Driving,  Registered Company No 5010395, Registered Charity No, 244108)
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Offering riding opportunities to disabled people in Oxfordshire and beyond.
Stable Manager Abingdon Riding for Disabled
Sandra Glanville joined us as our new stable manager in October 2011.  Sandra comes with years of experience, so  offers so much to our yard.
The worker - often seen picking up poo and pulling ragwort
Sandy Tibbles has been with us forever, joining us well over 30 years ago.  First as a volunteer and then as a member of staff.  Sandy is well known for her positive attitude - she keeps us all very focused!
Often seen around the fields with the lovely Kizzy
Kate Cobbald has also been with us since the early days.  Kate has given up much of her precious time over the years as a volunteer and still turns up on a regular basis.  Kate is often seen out in the fields doing the jobs that we try to avoid.  Kate’s dog Kizzy loves to come and annoy Sandy by sitting on the chairs.
Chin Wangthumtong is our handy-man.  Chin can mend almost anything and loves to save us money by re-using anything that he can lay his hands on. Chin can also often be seen helping out in the yard and maintaining the fields.
Iris Bunce - Iris comes with lots of experience and works weekday mornings. She also gets the stalls ready for the morning later on in the day. This really helps the early morning staff.  Iris has her own horse in another yard, so is very busy. As well as helping out around the yard, Iris will be schooling the horses.
Molly started riding with us many years ago and has progressed on to paralympics.  Molly is with us until she starts university next year. Molly is an expert rider with bags of experience and she will be really hands-on with the schooling of the ponies.
Part time groom required.  Essential requirements - experience with horses, over 17 years old, willing to drive a small tractor (training provided), able to start at 8:00 a.m.  Preferred requirements - ability to school ponies, riding/loose schooling & lunging. To start as soon as possible.  Phone Sandra 07761998805 or stables 01865 820728 (a.m.).