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Chair and Safeguarding Officer
Alison McKilligan

Therapeutic Riding
In Therapeutic Riding the aim is to teach basic riding skills and horsecare, gradually decreasing the level of assistance required; riding is taught but there is also a focus on th...

Equine Facilitated Ground Sessions
There is increasing evidence of the huge impact that working with the horse solely on the ground can have. The recent inclusion of these sessions has shown amazing benefits. ...

Pathway to Volunteering
Volunteers at Shiresmill Therapy Riding Centre are supported throughout training by a buddy and of course their favourite horse. There is so much interesting information to learn ...

Education Through Horses
RDA isn't only about riding a horse, it is also a platform for learning in an engaging, supportive, rewarding and fun environment.

Ben's Story
I really like riding on Harry and love trotting and wearing my riding hat. Riding my horse makes me feel good! ...

Callum's Story
I like coming to horse riding because I enjoy how riding makes me feel. I like grooming and helping to look after a horse when we get to help (Callum). Horse riding helps Cal...

Equine Assisted Learning Workshop with Sarah Morehouse
Today at Shiresmill we had a training workshop run by Sarah Morehouse an Equine Assisted Learning practitioner from America who is currently studying in Scotland.
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Erin's Story
I like riding the horses and going out in the Sensory Park. Horse riding helps strengthen my weak side and has also helped a lot with my balance (Erin). Riding at Shiresmill ...

Friday Fun with St Serfs Primary School
Shiresmill ladies Sheena, Eleanor, Alison, Maureen and Lesley had a lovely afternoon on Friday entertaining 14 enthusiastic children and their teacher Mr Ure from St. Serf's Primar...
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