A horseriding centre for the disabled in Leeds which was targetted by thieves last summer is receiving a a Royal visit from Princess Anne. £20,000 worth of equipment was stolen in July 2012. The Princess Royal will be given a demonstration and then will present some awards.
Disabled horse riders have been left heartbroken after thieves stole £20,000 of equipment from a charity in Leeds. Sessions run by Riding For The Disabled have had to be scrapped after saddles, bridles and other tack were taken in the raid.
Princess Anne has officially opened the new £100,000 all-weather indoor riding arena at Bradford's Throstle Nest Riding School. The Princess Royal is patron of the Riding for the Disabled Association.