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This Girl Can is here to inspire women to wiggle, jiggle, move and prove that judgement is a barrier that can be overcome. Ladies - it is time to sweat like a pig and feel like a fox.
Accessibility Mark, delivered by Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA), aims to up skill riding centres to allow them to offer riding lessons to the disabled community.
It’s time for a fresh start! Riding can re-energise you and help you to feel fitter, stronger and healthier. We're challenging you to get inspired and make your #resolution2ride for 2015.
The British Horse Society (BHS) and the British Equestrian Federation's participation programme, Hoof, are embarking on a joint project to provide support and advice to recreational riders.
Saturday 21 March saw the tenth qualifier of the SEIB Winter Novice Championship 2015 take place at Bishop Burton College in Beverley, East Yorkshire.
Grove Farm Riding School near Rye, East Sussex and Barguse Riding Centre near St Austell, Cornwall are the latest riding facilities to have been accredited with the Accessibility Mark (March 2015).
Thirteen year-old Emily Smart from Banwell, Weston Super Mare has much to smile about after being awarded the NAF Shining Star for February 2015.