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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Alton is a BHS Approved Riding School

A family-run business in the heart of the Derbyshire countryside.

Riding Club is run by local riders for local riders and focuses on fun and encouragement

Alvechurch Riding Club is a grassroots riding club providing fun and friendly training and competition for riders across all ages, abilities, and disciplines. Based in north Worcestershire, Alvechurch

The club is run by a Committee, which is elected each year at the AGM.

ADRA was founded in 1988 by a small group of riders based around the Appledore area.

Small friendly club and one of the oldest riding clubs at South of England Showground

The club is affiliated to British Riding Clubs and caters for senior riders and horses of all abilities.

BHS approved riding centre and livery yard, and a Pony Club linked Centre, with facilities including arenas for dressage and jumping, cross country schooling fences in our fields, and direct forest hacking

We are a family run business situated in the village of Godshill on the edge of the New Forest National Park, just outside Fordingbridge

The Club is run by an elected committee who are themselves club members.

Riding Clubs provide an excellent grounding from Clear Round jumping through to budding professional Showjumpers!

Aspley Guise & District Riding Club is a friendly British Riding Clubs Area 7 affiliated club, based in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire

At AGDRC we pride ourselves on helping and supporting all our members to really enjoy their horses and achieve their goals

In 1973, sixteen clubs grouped together to form the Association of Irish Riding Clubs

Encouraging riding as a sport and recreation, to promote good fellowship among riders and to improve and maintain the standard of riding and horsemastership in Ireland.

We are now one of the biggest clubs in Area 5 and also offer the most for our members. With training, day rallies, club shows Eventathon, Hunter Trials, and winter dressage and let’s not forget all those Area 5 qualifiers and Championships

Ayr Riding Club was formed in 1958 & affiliated club to the British Riding Clubs organisation

We promote good fellowship amongst our riders & aim to improve and maintain standards of riding and horsemanship