It all began in 1969 on a small field in Epsom with four volunteers and a Shetland pony called "Bubbles." We've moved home a few times since then and grown a bit along the way. 

We moved into our current home, St Ebba's Farm, in 1978 when it was 16 acres of derelict buildings and overgrown farmland. Ove
r the years we have invested much labour and resource into transforming the site into the beautiful facility enjoyed today by our riders,volunteers and ponies. In 2005 we were offered the opportunity to  buy the freehold of St Ebba's Farm, we took the opportunity so securing our home for the future. We continue to look at ways we can improve our facilities to benefit our riders.

That's the moving bit, as for the growing bit; we now have over 200 volunteers and a whole herd of ponies to assist our 300 plus riders. Although we have got bigger our vision remains the same; to provide disabled people with the opportunity to ride to benefit their health and well-being, and to develop each disabled rider to ride to the level of their ability, choice and ambition. 

To achieve our vision we provide riding sessions seven days a week including some evening sessions. Each Session is led by their own experienced and qualified Session Leader, ably assisted by a Deputy, a Group Instructor and a team of volunteers to led the ponies, and support and encourage our riders.

Holding true to our roots all this is delivered by volunteers.