You may never have considered it but England’s Capital City is one place you can enjoy Horse Riding in London.
Greater London is not only a County full of interesting towns and villages, it is also home to England’s capital city, London.
London is one of the worlds great cities, with a wealth of historical and cultural attractions. The well known English capital also boasts around 7,000 traditional and modern London pubs, that provide equestrian visitors with a warm welcome.
You might think horse riding and equestrian facilities were scarce in the London area, but there are beautiful parks and other green places where horse owners have ridden for centuries.
Hyde Park, St James Park and Regents Park are among some of these beautiful green places where horse riding in London is enjoyed.
Hyde park itself has around five miles of bridleways and there is a wide variety of equestrian establishments offering riding lessons and livery services in and around central London.
Equestrian facilities & Horse Riding in London
Mote End Farm and Livery Stables – 020 8959 1345
Nan Clarks Lane, Mill Hill, London, NW7 4HH
A prestigious establishment that was immaculate … was just one of the comments from the British Horse Society inspector after his unannounced visit. He went on to say high standards of horse husbandry were apparent in all areas during his visit he looked at all areas of the yard including DIY stable boxes, riding schools and welfare facilities
Hyde Park Stables – 0207 723 2813
Hyde Park Stables, 63 Bathurst Mews, London W2 2SB
Hyde Park Stables offers horse riding in London and riding lessons all year round on Horses and Ponies chosen for their safe temperament. There are five miles of bridleways for riding in London’s Hyde Park beside the Serpentine Lake, in the most beautiful setting for horse riding in a Capital City anywhere in the world. There are also two outdoor riding arenas, for more formal riding lessons and dressage
ParalympicsGB – 020 7842 5789
British Paralympic Association, 60 Charlotte Street, London W1T 2NU
The British Paralympic Association, now known as ParalympicsGB, is responsible for selecting, preparing, entering, funding and managing Britains teams at the Paralympic Games and Paralympic Winter Games.The British Paralympic Association aims to send the best trained and prepared Great Britain Team to each Paralympic Games
The Racehorse Owners Association
With more than 7,500 members, the Racehorse Owners Association promotes and protects the interests of racehorse owners in Britain. ROA Council members serve an important function on many of racing’s boards and committees including the BHA Main Board as well as the BHA’s Race Planning, Industry and Finance committees
BVA: The British Veterinary Association.
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) are the national representative body for the veterinary profession and we help our members fulfil their professional roles. As a BVA member, you benefit from of being part of a national association, with tangible services and benefits to help you save money and give you access to a range of highly regarded publications. If you’re not already a member, don’t miss out, join today.
The Brooke – 0203 012 3456
30 Farringdon Street, London, EC4A 4HH, England
The Brooke is a charity helping working horses, donkeys and mules in the world’s poorest communities through free veterinary treatment and community animal health programmes.
Horses, donkeys and mules are the engines that power the developing world. Around 100 million of them labour on country roads, tracks, fields, farms, factories and city centres
The Windsor Park Equestrian Club
Situated among the 5,000 acres of the Windsor Great Park which in turn is part of the 14,000 acre Windsor Estate spanning two counties, Surrey and Berkshire. Equestrian events include Show Jumping, Dressage and Carriage Driving.
The aims of the Club are for the enjoyment of equestrian sport, whatever the discipline, and to encourage sportsmanship and fairplay
British Horse Racing Authority (BHA)
The 1st place for British Horse Racing
As the governing and regulatory body for the sport, the British Horseracing Authority’s responsibilities are very wide ranging and the BHA is the best source for everything you need to know about racing, including: News and Features, Fixtures and Results, Racecourses and Tickets, Guides to Racing, Blogs and BHA Xtra
The Countryside Alliance – 020 7840 9200
The Old Town Hall, 367 Kennington Road, London, SE11 4PT
The Countryside Alliance works for everyone who loves the countryside and the rural way of life. Through campaigning, lobbying, publicity and education the Alliance influences legislation and public policy that impacts on the countryside, rural people and their activities
The Worshipful Company of Saddlers – The Saddlers Hall
The Worshipful Company of Saddlers is one of the very oldest of the City of London Livery companies. The earliest surviving records of a Guild of Saddlers in London date from circa 1160 AD, although the guild could well pre-date that. The Saddlers Hall itself is a magnificently appointed building furnished with historic treasures
Other Equestrian Centres offering Horse Riding in London
Wimbledon Village Stables Wimbledon Village Stables is a British Horse Society ‘Where to Train’ Centre and ABRS Approved riding school with 25 happy and well trained horses and …
Weybridge Equestrian Centre Weybridge Equestrian Centre is situated in the heart of Weybridge set in 100 acres of a privately owned family farm. We specialise in teaching children …
Carriage Driving School and Select Riding Livery We are a carriage driving school and livery yard set in 200 acres of off road parkland in Mill Hill, North London. We offer a small select in house livery …