Recreation : Guidelines : Horse Riding

Guidelines for horse riding

European marine features where activity takes place

Codes of practice

Governing body

Around 1.3 million people take part in horse riding activities each year. The British Horse Society has over 62,000 members and the Pony Club has over 37,000 members.

European marine features where activity takes place

This activity is likely to take place in the vicinity of those marine features to which land side access can be gained.

 

Likely to occur

Unlikely to occur

Sand dunes

 

Saltmarshes

 

Mud and Sand Flats

 

Sandbanks

 

Inlets and Bays

 

Reefs

 

Lagoons

 

Sea Caves

 

Grey Seal

 

Common Seal

 

Bottlenose Dolphin

 

 

Codes of practice

Codes of Practice are available but these are specific to road safety and do not cover environmental issues.

Governing Body

British Horse Society

British Equestrian Centre

Stoneleigh

Warwickshire

CV8 2LR

 

 

 

The Pony Club

NAC

Stoneleigh Park

Knelworth

Warwickshire

CV8 2RW

Characteristics of activity and management issues associated with horse riding

Summary of potential environmental impacts associated with horse riding

 

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