Sophie Christensen and Quest volunteers riding for the disabled

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Quest RDA horse and volunteers Laris Farm Chobham


Laris Farm
Windlesham Road,
GU24 8SW

In their words

“Riding with the RDA has totally changed my life. Not only have I won Paralympic gold medals, but riding and sport have taught me skills to improve my daily life – I am more able and confident, allowing me to fulfill my potential in all areas of my life, including making friends, living independently and in employment.”

Paralympian Sophie Christiansen


“I can’t thank the wonderful volunteers enough for what they have achieved with our son Rhys. He has been riding with them over the last 6 years and have overcome his fears of riding as well as helping with the stable management facilities. It took Rhys two years to actually sit on a horse and he finally did with the help of Hunky the horse and the tremendous patience of the Quest staff. Rhys has participated in several competition, dressage and sponsored rides with the Quest team which he absolutely delighted and proud to be part of.  There are no words to express are gratitude and heartfelt thank you to al the volunteers at Quest for their amazing job they do.”

Hannah and Lee Rawlings

“We have been taking groups of our secondary aged students riding for a number of years to Quest RDA. All of our students have severe learning difficulties and they enjoy their riding sessions hugely. As well as being part of their physical education curriculum, the sessions enable them continue to develop new skills as well as grow in confidence. The progress they make during their sessions is impressive and the support they receive from the volunteers enables this to happen. Thank you Quest RDA for all that you do for the pupils at Portesbery School.”

Matthew Sartin

Former head of Portesbery School