Improve your riding skills - or enjoy a hack in the Yorkshire countryside  

South Holderness riding
Whether you're an experienced rider or a beginner, you can enjoy fantastic equestrian experiences at Yorkshire's riding and trekking centres. Some offer lessons in flatwork and jumping, while a few take advantage of Yorkshire's national parks and other scenic areas with hacks from an hour long to several days. Many offer group or private lessons on weekdays as well as at weekends, including evenings.  
 
We only list businesses licenced by their local Council, meaning they are fully insured and undergo annual veterinary and safety checks. Many have additional accreditation from the British Horse Society (BHS) or the Association of British Riding Schools (ABRS). Feel free to ask us for advice on the best riding centre for you, or just contact the centres direct - please let them know you found them through Ride Yorkshire! 
 
IMPORTANT! Be honest about your riding skills. There's no point over-stating your ability - you could end up being frightened if you're 'over-horsed', and no riding centre owner wants their better horses upset by an inexperienced rider. It's far better to make sure you're matched with a horse or pony you can enjoy.  
 
In some cases you can take your own horse along for an individual lesson: having a qualified instructor assess you working together will help you develop your partnership. 
 
Scroll down for a map of riding centres in Yorkshire. 
 
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