Equestrian

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Horse riding has a range of different activities and equestrian activities for you to try. These range from riding and carriage driving to show jumping, vaulting, dressage and endurance. Equestrian activities can also be a great form of therapy.

What equipment will I need?

Most equipment will be provided by the club but please see below a list of equipment that you will need;

A riding hat. Most riding centres will be able to provide you with one, but check at the time of booking.

Boots with a small heel to prevent your foot slipping through the stirrup. Again, your chosen riding centre may be able to lend you a suitable pair.

Close-fitting clothing that allow ease of movement, such as leggings or fitted tracksuit bottoms. It’s advisable to wear layers that you can take off if you get too warm.

A waterproof jacket. Some centres will hold their riding lessons outdoors, so make sure you’re suitably dressed for the weather.

Long hair tied back in a braid or low ponytail that fits comfortably below your riding hat.

Items of jewellery removed for safety, as they could catch on something while you’re riding.

Where can I take part

Further information

For event information

For classification and performance pathway information

Partnership work with CP Sport

CP Sport currently work in partnership with Riding for the Disabled Association on a range of opportunities around the country.

Further information

For event information

For classification and performance pathway information

Partnership work with CP Sport

CP Sport currently work in partnership with Riding for the Disabled Association on a range of opportunities around the country.

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