Jun
27

News from British Equestrian re Indoor Arenas

Bring on the 4th of July; British Equestrian has had confirmation this evening from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) that equestrian indoor arenas will be permitted for use from 4 July in England. Riding/driving in covered arenas from 29 June in Scotland was approved by sportscotland following work done in collaboration b...
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Jul
26

5 ways horse-riding can benefit children with autism

5 ways horse-riding can benefit children with autism
For children with autism, life can sometimes be difficult, as they'll often have to overcome social and communication issues on a daily basis. While behavioural, speech, and occupational therapies can help your children when they're struggling, equine-assisted activities and therapies (EEAT) can offer them support, too. Here, Sean Whiting, Director...
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Sep
09

“When horse riding, I’m no longer a patient or an illness”

​By Evie Toombes on behalf of English Federation of Disability Sport I'm Evie, I live in Lincolnshire and I have spina bifida resulting in lower leg weakness and numbness, as well as bladder and bowel incontinence that I manage through catheterisation and a stoma. My main sports are horse riding and showjumping, and I also swim and cycle. I of...
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