TRENT PARK LONDON RIDING CLUB (TPLRC)
Trent Park Equestrian Centre is an approved British Riding Club centre

What is the British Riding Club (BRC)? 

The British Riding Club is a riding club scheme set up and affiliated through the British Horse Society (BHS). There are currently over 34,000 members in 430 affiliated riding clubs and 70 riding centres across the UK.

When does Riding Club take place?

Weekly club night is Wednesday evening 7.00pm-9.30pm Each club night includes one hour of riding and one hour of activities

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The objectives of the British Riding Club

  • Aim to help riders across the UK develop their skills and enjoy riding
  •  To improve the standard of horsemanship in the UK through offering comprehensive training including Horse Welfare and Equitation training and assessments
  • Membership offers access to a broad range of opportunities for riders of all levels to compete, train and socialise
  • Since the British Riding Club is affiliated with the British Horse Society, there are a range of benefits including discounted BHS membership and discounts off a range of equestrian publications

Who is the club suitable for?

The club is suitable for adults aged 18+. All riding members must be able to walk, trot and canter independently. Due to the club being an evening event we are unable to offer riding membership to inexperienced riders. Non-ridden membership is encouraged and will allow members to participate in lectures demonstrations/equi-pilates etc and social events.

Membership

Annual membership £40
Each club night: £47.50
for members £37.50
for liveries riding their own horse
Non-riding club nights £30

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I’ve had a great time at the riding club. It is so utterly different to the lessons – much more like having fun on horseback with mates.
– Kate Tattersall

“I would highly recommend the adult PRT courses at Trent Park. I have been doing them
for a year now and not only has my riding improved hugely as I’ve gone up the levels,
but I’ve gained a lot of knowledge of horses and how to ‘read’ and understand them
which has also boosted my confidence as a rider.”