Horse Riding clubs are a great way to get involved in the horse riding community, meet new people, and learn more about horse care and riding.

There are many different horse riding clubs to choose from. There are clubs for every level of rider, from beginner to advanced. You can learn more about horse care and riding, and meet new people who share your passion for horses.

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Ryders Farm is a family run business, established by 25 years ago

Situated on the main A666 road between Manchester and Bolton, Ryders Farm Equestrian Centre was established in 1993 when the owner of the existing livery yard decided to start a riding school.

Welcome to Abinger Forest Riding Club, we are a friendly club based in Surrey and are affiliated to the British Horse Society.

Enjoying success in many BRC National Championships

Our club is friendly, enthusiastic and successful, with its members as its biggest asset. We all support and help one another in the ADRC and aim to learn about, compete and enjoy our equine friends.

Affiliated with British Riding Club and therefore adhere to all BRC rules and constitutional regulations.

The objectives of the club is to promote participation in and provide facilities for the amateur sport of riding in the area of Barnby, Suffolk

Almond Riding Club affiliated to the BHS Riding Clubs

We currently have approx 200 members and are one of the few remaining clubs in Area 1 who still cater to Junior members.

Small and very friendly Riding Club affiliated to The British Horse Society.

Stay informed, train and compete with Riding Clubs. Guarantee of a consistent standard of training, horse welfare and care and competition from grassroots to Competition riders

Receive a warm and friendly welcome and learn to ride in a safe and positive environment

With 30 years of experience as a BHS approved riding center, Alstone Court offers a wide range of riding lessons from its equestrian center in Somerset.