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Directory Listings

1. Basic Listing – FREE
  • Description of your company & services
  • Single Image
  • Full address details
  • Web address
  • email
  • Contact phone number
  • Directions Map
2. Featured Listing – from £35 for 3 months

As Basic Listing, plus the following:

  • Opening hours
  • Gallery of product images (max 5)
  • Social Media links
  • Contact Owner button
  • Your company profile will appear on the Home Page in the Featured Listing section.

Please complete all the details in the form to get your free listing.

If you would like a featured listing please contact us via email help@thehorselife.co.uk


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Advertising Opportunities

With prices starting from £96 for 3 months we are offering a very limited number of advertising spots on the directory. These can be in specific categories or placed throughout the website.

These will be available on a ‘first come first served’ basis and the numbers limited, so that we don’t spoil the experience of our equestrian visitors.

If you would like to to know more, please send an email to help@thehorselife.uk


National Equestrian Survey 2019 – KEY FACTS

The economic value of the equestrian sector stands at £4.7 billion of consumer spending across a wide range of goods and services each year. This has increased from £4.3 billion in 2015.
There are 27 million people in Britain with an interest in the equestrian industry.

There has been an increase in the number of people who have ridden at least once in the past 12 months, to 3 million from 2.7 million in 2015.

The number of regular riders – those who have ridden at least once a month for the past 12 months – has risen from 1.3 million in 2015 to 1.8 million.
There are 374,000 horse-owning households in Britain – a drop from the 446,000 in 2015.
The estimated horse population in Britain stands at 847,000.

The average age of a horse is 13.

There are 5 million British households with at least one ex-rider.

Around 55% of riders have taken at least one break from riding.

Lack of access to horses and riding facilities is a barrier for 22% of lapsed riders returning to the sport.

The average frequency of riding – with an average riding time of 52 minutes – is 3.5 times a week.

This information has come from BETA – click here to find out more