The Saddlers are delighted to have worked with Riding for the Disabled for over 40 years. Our annual £25,000 grant goes towards the running of Coaching Courses that in turn provide the information they need on all matters related to the correct fit for bridles, saddles and harnesses. This is then cascaded throughout the association as part of the Continuous Professional Development for Instructors and Volunteers. Individual grants are also made to local branches to support their outstanding work.
City of London Police Horse ‘Scooby’ is now the proud owner of a Walsall manufactured bridle and saddle courtesy of Ideal Saddles. The Prime Warden of […]Learn More
Victoria Coleman, Frank Baines and Garry Baines celebrate a great day at the Society of Master Saddlers Saddle and Bridle Competition held at Saddlers’ HallLearn More
Street Teams operates Keep Safe, a multi-faceted prevention programme involving community outreach work, workshops and alternative learning schemes, education and training programmes with schools, education and health […]Learn More
Grandparents Plus supports families providing kinship care to children who are unable to live with their parents. It is a nationwide charity with over 6000 people […]Learn More
Martin Wilkinson had always wanted a Pickering Float as they reminded him of his childhood on his grandfather’s farm in Derbyshire, when he and his family […]Learn More