Looking to ride

If you haven’t ridden for years or have always wanted to but never quite found the right moment, make today the day that you #GetHorsey. What type of riding you choose and the way that you do it is entirely down to you. There is no hard and fast rule. If you’re the sort of person who likes to learn in a more structured environment, a lesson in a British Horse Society (BHS) or Association of British Riding Schools (ABRS) establishment will tick all your boxes. If you prefer things a little more casual, you’re probably best to opt for a trekking centre or holiday company offering rides through the countryside.

Disability needn’t be a barrier if you would like to ride. Get in touch with your local Riding for the Disabled Association group or Accessibility Mark-approved equestrian centre, which will be able to help. Visit rda.org.uk for a full list of venues.

Use the search facility 'Find a Place to Ride' to help track down your nearest trekking centre or click here to request your free Take up the Reins in Great Britain riding guide – a handy resource packed with contacts and information.



Click here to download and print your Starter Riding Kit Voucher to get a free pair of riding gloves when you buy a pair of jodhpurs and riding boots from a participating BETA retailer - Download list of participating retailers here.



If you have attended one of our tour dates and ridden RoboCob or his friends don't forget to take the £10 voucher received with your goody bag to a participating equestrian centre to redeem against your first trail riding lesson or ride through the countryside.  Download list of participating centres here.