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  • 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 free from obst...

    Location: East Midlands - Derbyshire

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  • Pembrokeshire Bridleways and Byways Association

    Pembrokeshire Bridleways and Byways Association

    Location: South West Wales - Wales

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  • Pendle and District Bridleway Group

    Pendle and District Bridleway Group

    Location: North West - Lancashire

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  • Rainbow Trails

    Rainbow Trails

    Location: Wales - Mid Wales

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  • Ride Barnsley

    Ride Barnsley

    Location: Yorkshire

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  • Ride Yorkshire

    Ride Yorkshire

    Location: Yorkshire

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  • Rochdale and Bury Bridleways Association

    Rochdale and Bury Bridleways Association

    Location: Greater Manchester - North West

    Tel: 01706 630337

  • Rusper and Newdigate Bridleways Association

    We are a small, friendly group of people, not all horse riders, who are interested in maintaining the local bridleways. Typical problems are boggy tracks as we are situated on very heavy Wealden Clay, so we are campaigning for more all-weather surfac...

    Location: Surrey - South East

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  • Ryedale Bridleways group

    Ryedale Bridleways group

    Location: North East Yorkshire - Yorkshire

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  • Safety and Facilities for Equestrians

    Safety & Facilities for Equestrians (SAFE)

    Location: South East Wales

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