Alice Reins Are Officially RDA Approved For Use!

December 16 2015   Ι   Author: Comments Off on Alice Reins Are Officially RDA Approved For Use!

Alice Reins are now officially RDA approved for use

RDA Approved For Use

We are delighted to announce that Alice Reins have now been Riding for the Disabled Association – RDA approved for use.

Since the launch of Alice Reins Ltd we have designed bespoke Alice Reins not only for individuals for their specific needs but also for RDA centres and Therapeutic Riding Centres. These centres need sensory reins made from softer material other than leather.

Although Alice Reins have been approved for use by the RDA we must stress that at competition level, for some classified riders, loop reins are not allowed. Therefore we would advise that you check whether or not you need dispensation for use. 

Further Information

For further information about Alice Reins products please contact us HERE or call us on 01780 751976 or 07734566861 and we would be more than happy to discuss your requirements.

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Key Features

  • Enables disabled riders of all ages and ability to be able to ride more efficiently, safely and with confidence.

  • Design can be adapted to meet individual specific requirements and needs.

  • Available in 3 widths and 4 lengths, shorter pony length, pony length, cob length and horse and in Black or Brown colours.

  • Invaluable for riders with lesser grip due to Arthritis, Stroke, Carpal Tunnel and generally weak arm muscles.

  • Can be used for all 3 disciplines and also on the hunting field.

  • Will attach to any bridle and are fully adjustable to fit any pony/horse.

  • Excellent teaching aid for all riders of all ages and ability encouraging correct feel of contact in walk, trot and canter.

  • Provides greater control for the strong pony/horse and extremely difficult for pony/horse to pull the reins through the riders' hands.

  • With your hands in the correct position, enables you to concentrate more easily on your position in the saddle.