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.
Designed to provide 13-18 year olds with a local equestrian club in a way that will help them develop new skills, new friends and have fun!
Encouraging, empowering and uniting women to get into the saddle & share their stories
On Sunday 13th September, the first annual Give Horses a Go Day will take place. All you need is enthusiasm plus loose jeans or tracky bottoms, a comfy fitted top and sturdy shoes or low heeled boots!
A brand new, exclusive documentary about grassroots riders is to air next month on Horse Country TV. Watch a clip of the show here.
Over the coming weeks Hoof has put together a packed schedule of events for the non-horse rider and seasoned equestrian alike.
The SEIB Burghley Sponsored Ride will take place on the 6th September 2015, on the final day of the world famous Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials.
Teenagers at Horseshoes Riding School, Kent, are the latest to benefit from the Young Equestrians scheme which provides informal social and training opportunities for people aged 13-18 to connect...