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  • South West Riders

    South West Riders was formed in 2001 to raise the profile of horse-riding and to inform and influence Devon County Council (DCC) policy. This includes the multi-use of all tracks, the improvement of the fragmented network of bridleways, and th...

    Location: South West - Devon

    Tel: 01837 861394

  • The Trails Trust


    Location: South West - Gloucestershire

    Tel: 01749 871264

  • Three counties Bridlepath Group

    Three counties Bridlepath Group

    Location: South West - Devon

    Tel: 07780 991101

  • Tottington Horseways

    Tottington Horseways

    Location: South East - North and West Kent

    Tel: 01634 201145

  • Ulster Rural Riders Association

    Centred in County Down, the only BHS Bridleway Group in Northern Ireland, Ulster Rural Riders Association was formed in 1988, with two aims: To Promote the creation of bridleways to enable riders to ride in the countryside in safet...

    Location: Northern Ireland - Ireland


  • Access4Equestrians

    Supporting equestrians enjoying the NW Surrey Countryside. Formerly Worplesdon & District Bridleways Association. Please go to that page for further information and contact details. We hope to update this page soon.

    Location: Surrey


  • Glens Bridleway Group

    Glens Bridleway Group

    Location: Ireland - Northern Ireland


  • Peak Horsepower

    Peak Horsepower has been created to extend and improve the Peak District bridleway network. Their priorities are: Seeking improvements to bridleways and by-ways to make them safe and ensure they are accessible to horse riders and ...

    Location: East Midlands - Derbyshire


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