Riders

Rider, driver, vaulter?

On these pages you’ll find lots of information about rider development and our talent programmes, alongside information for competitors – including FEI horse & rider registration, sponsorship guidelines and anti-doping information (at both national and international level – and both human and equine).

For more information simply click on the links to the left of the page, or on one of the categories below:

Looking to start your horse riding journey or get back in the saddle?

Horse riding is a sport that anyone, regardless of age, ability or background can have a go at. The best piece of advice that could be given to a novice is not to be afraid to give it a go. Horse riding is one of the most versatile sports you can take up. For information on how to start riding, where to go or even if you're thinking about returning to riding and want to be involved again, visit the Hoof website for more information.

> Visit the Hoof website at www.hoofride.co.uk

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BEF Office Closure
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Malcolm Wharton CBE confirmed as BEF Council Chair
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