PICTURES: Celebrating 30 years of horse riding for disabled in Buxton

Phoebe Collingwood on Buster, receives her rosette after completing a demonstration ride to mark 30 years of Riding for the Disabled at Buxton Riding School, making the presentations are Matthew Dalley rider represenative from the North Midlands RDA and Buxton deputy Mayor, John Walton.
Phoebe Collingwood on Buster, receives her rosette after completing a demonstration ride to mark 30 years of Riding for the Disabled at Buxton Riding School, making the presentations are Matthew Dalley rider represenative from the North Midlands RDA and Buxton deputy Mayor, John Walton.

Thirty years of horse riding for the disabled was celebrated with dressage and mounted games in front of visitors and guests.

The Helen Atkin Group, Riding for the Disabled (RDA) based in Buxton marked the milestone in front of the deputy mayor of the High Peak and pupils from Buxton Infants School, Harpur Hill Primary School and Peak School in Chinley who took part in some equestrian-based games.