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Discover the pleasures of horse riding in England.
England is a country of wide open spaces and green and pleasant lands, with a large rural equestrian population and excellent access to good horse riding and other equestrian pursuits.
Events like the annual British Eventing venues of Burghley, Blenheim and Badminton are superb
Aas are the many and varied local riding school competitions and the vast array of british dressage competitions held locally every month.
Horse Riding in Your Local English County :
Local riding centres, Equestrian competition and event diaries,
Horse riding news and events,Trail Riding holidays, tack and saddlery shops, riding clubs and riding schools.
Simply click on the relevant English county on the map; and then use the individual sections to browse through the area you're interested in.
Discover what's available when you ride through the stunning Cotswolds.
Ride through historic English towns and villages or visit magnificent Cumbria with its gorgeous lake district containing some of the most spectacular scenery in England.
Enjoy horse riding from Cornwall to Northumberland and all counties in between.
England is famous for its horse culture and for its equestrian history.
Everything from the traditional image of the English huntsman to the elegance and poise of the English lady mounted side saddle, evoke that quintessential English equestrian flavour.
The most famous English equestrian images include;
HM Queen Elizabeth mounted while reviewing the trooping of the colour on Horseguards parade in London.
A group of redcoated huntsmen and hounds careering across a green field.
A pair of shire horses with farmer and plough behind or pulling a haywain in Constable style.
And of course the changing of the guard with the jingling harness of the Blues and Royals or Life Guards trotting down the Mall
In more traditional scenes you will see local riders trail riding through the beautiful English countryside or competing in local horse shows or dressage, showjumping or eventing competitions.