Contact Us

IMG_0978To send us an email, click here.

Call us during office hours on 0141 945 1369.

Write to or visit us at:
Caldercuilt Road
G23 5NA

Glasgow Group of the Riding for the Disabled Association (Glasgow RDA)
Charity no SC002041  |  Company no SC102661
Registered office: Sandyflat, Caldercuilt Road, Glasgow G23 5NA


6 Responses to Contact Us

  1. David Prentice says:


    My name is David Prentice. I work for Scottish Autism and looking at classes for one of our young adults. He has a 2-1 support team when accessing the community. Can you give me further information regarding assessment needs and booking future riding classes

    kind regards

    David Prentice

    • rdaglasgow says:

      Hello David,
      Thanks for getting in touch. Please email your contact details to with more details of your young person, including their age so that we can advise you further. If a person is over 18 we can arrange an assessment visit. Please be aware that we do have a substantial waiting list for all classes.
      RDA Glasgow

  2. CarolAnne pottie says:

    Hi my name is Carolanne I have a 5 year old with Autisum we attended your open day and he loved the horse rides I want to know how to put him on waiting list thank you x

    • rdaglasgow says:

      Hello Carolanne
      thanks for getting in touch with us.
      Please email your name and address to and we will be able to send you an application form. Unfortunately there is a long waiting list for our classes but as soon as we receive the form back from you, your son will be added.
      Thank you for coming to the Fun Day, there will be another one this year so keep your eye on our website for the date (it will be September/October time).
      RDA Glasgow

  3. Claire Kerr says:

    Hi ,

    I am writing to you on behalf on Sunnysude Language and Communication Resource. I am a teacher in the LCR working with young children from primary 1-3.

    I am interested to find out more about opportunities for our young people in relation to the RDA as I feel experience like this would highly benefit our children.

    I look forward to hearing from you soon,
    Claire Kerr

  4. mhairi says:

    Hi I have a 5yrs old irish cob 15.1 I am looking to rehome him he is used by the riding school where he is on livery but the owner of yard is giving up and nowhere to take him both myself and my friend are disabled he is used to her dropping her crutches nothing phases him he has a lovely trot and a beautiful canter but he is still young would u be interested comes with full tack and several rugs fly rugs stable and outside thank you

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