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Welcome to Bannockburn Riding for the Disabled

The Sauchieburn Centre is the home of the Bannockburn Group of Riding for the Disabled Association Incorporating Carriage Driving. The Centre was converted from an old cattle shed into a purpose built equestrian centre in 1994, and is located within the scenic Sauchieburn Estate, near Bannockburn, Stirling.

The Centre boasts a fully equipped indoor arena with spectator balcony and cafe, a large outdoor arena and stables which can house up to 18 horses.

Riders and carriage drivers have access to tracks around the beautiful estate where they can admire and enjoy the countryside. We offer a high standard of professional tuition in horse riding, carriage driving, equestrian vaulting and therapy to children and adults with disabilities in Central Scotland and beyond.

Our aim is to provide activities for people with disabilities in an inclusive, safe and supportive environment that will allow each individual to achieve their full potential. To provide this service we depend on a committed group of staff and volunteers.

With limited funding from user fees, we rely entirely on ongoing fundraising and donations to subsidise the cost of lessons.

We are always interested in any views, comments or questions you may have and we would like to hear from you. You can e-mail us at info@bannockburnrda.org.uk  If you have any questions or would like to help in any way then please get in touch with us. Our contact information can be found at the bottom of the page, or by clicking on Contact Us.

Thank you for your support.