Ride Out UK
From May – October, saddle up and explore the scenic route to help every UK horse and rider have a safe place to ride off-road
From smashing your hacking target to attending an organised ride, there’s so many ways you can get involved…
Set yourself a goal this year - hack at least 70km and raise a minimum of £70 for the Paths for Communities Fund.
You don't need to do it all in one go, just try to complete it by 31 October. Every kilometre you’re riding and penny you’re raising will help riders off the road.
Every person who completes the target will receive a rosette.
Take in the serene beauty of National Trust estates on horseback; from the breath-taking views of Culzean Castle to the beautiful bluebell woods of Killerton Estate. More dates to be announced.
||Mount Stewart (More information to follow)
||Culzean Castle (More information to follow)
Get involved in local events organised by our Approved Centres, Affiliated Equestrian Access Groups and BHS local Committees. From awareness raising parades, fun rides to a canal-side hack to a floating fish and chip shop. Find them in your area.
"Accessing funding was vital for our resurfacing project on Whitmoor Common. The route was treacherous and at times completely submerged, and with riding areas so limited here we desperately needed a change. It’s an absolute joy to ride now and it’s made such a difference to the community. Thank you so much to everyone raising money for the Paths for Communities Fund!”
Philippa Wright, Chair of Worplesdon and District Bridleways Association
Whitmoor Common before Whitmoor Common after
You can donate online to our BHS Paths for Communities Fund. Your donations make a difference to the world of equestrian access.
Organise an event
Want to do something in your area? Call 02476 840515 or contact us for more information. Your donations will help improve safe routes of way in your area.
Ride Out UK Month Photo Competition Entries
Here are some of your great images the Ride Out UK Month 2018 photo challenge.