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Hoof is the British Equestrian Federation’s (BEF) Olympic and Paralympic legacy campaign which aims to encourage more people to take up horse riding, driving, vaulting and volunteering. By connecting people to riding centres, schools, clubs and equestrian sporting organisations, Hoof is helping more people to discover horses, get fit and improve their wellbeing.
Take Back The Reins
Aimed at adult riders who may have ridden in the past, Take Back the Reins is a seven week series of riding lessons that provides specifically designed coaching and a customer centred approach to support a rider’s first steps back into the saddle. To find out where you can take back the reins please visit www.hoofride.co.uk
Horse riding is now more accessible than ever thanks to a new initiative that helps riding schools to accommodate disabled participants. Accessibility Marked riding centres have undergone specialist training from Riding for the Disabled Association to enable them to offer fun and safe horse riding for people with disabilities.
Delivered through The Pony Club approved centres, Young Equestrians is predominately aimed at 13-18 year olds allowing more people to connect and re-engage with horse sport. Young Equestrians allows you to make new friends, develop your skills, have fun, try out some of the horse sports available and get fit in the fresh air. No matter what your ability your local Young Equestrians group has been designed to provide you with more choice and freedom whilst taking responsibility for the activities you take part in.
A national Hoof Business Network has been set up England wide to offer advice, guidance and support to help equestrian businesses thrive. Workshops, webinars and regular communications aim to address industry challenges, raise standards and share good practice as well as providing direction to equestrian businesses on available funding streams.
Coaching & Development
The British Equestrian Federation’s 19 member bodies are delivering UKCC coaching courses from Levels 1-4 to ensure the highest levels of quality standard within all equestrian sports. The term coaching refers to teaching, instructing, training and all methods of helping a horse and rider partnership to improve. The promotion of quality coaching is the privilege and responsibility of all organisations involved in our sport. To find out more about funding coaching schemes please talk to you CSP.
Find a Hoof Centre Near You
|Wellington Riding||Hook||01189 326308||www.wellington-riding.co.uk|
|Rycroft School of Equitation||Eversley||01189 732761||www.rycroft-equitation.co.uk|
|Stockbridge Riding School||Stockbridge||01264 810727|
|Quob Stables Equestrian Centre||Southampton||02380 694657|
|Pinkmead Riding Centre||Southampton||01489 783087||http://www.pinkmead.co.uk|
|Arniss Equestrian Ltd||Near Fordingbridge||01425 654114|
|Hampshire Riding Therapy Centre Ltd||Eastleigh||01962 777714||http://www.hampshire-riding-therapy-centre.org.uk/|
|Crofton Manor Riding School||Stubbington||01329 667757|
|Russell Equestrian Centre||West End||02380 email@example.com|
|Allendale Equestrian Centre||Isle of White||01983 840258||http://www.allendale-ec.co.uk|
The British Equestrian Federation
The British Equestrian Federation (BEF) is the national governing body for horse sports in the UK, affiliated to the Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI), the international governing body of equestrian sports.
The BEF is an umbrella organisation representing the interests of 4.2 million riders, vaulters and carriage drivers in Great Britain via 18 independent member bodies.
Find your Hoof Regional Network
To find out more about how you can get into horse riding in your region, visit Hoofride.
Hoof Business Networks
Hoof is working to not only increase the numbers of people riding, it is also supporting business through advice and support. To find out how Hoof could help your equestrian centre please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07912 387412.
More information can be found at www.hoofride.co.uk
To keep up to date with news and events you can follow Hoof at www.facebook.com/hoofride and www.twitter.com/hoofride
British Equestrian Foundation