|British Riding Clubs – Area 1|
Britain is divided into 23 Areas for the purposes of administration. Area 1 covers Scotland from the Forth and Clyde south.
If you’re passionate about dressage, at whatever level, unaffiliated or affiliated, British Dressage is here to help further your enjoyment and ensure the sport continues to grow from strength to strength.
|British Horse Society|
The British Horse Society was founded in 1947, and we have grown over the past 70 years to become the largest and most influential equestrian charity in the UK with over 115,000 members.
|British Riding Clubs|
British Riding Clubs (BRC) exists to provide support and encouragement to amateur riders of all levels – from the dedicated competitor to the leisure rider. We offer a range of events and training through over 480 clubs and centres right across the UK.
|Cousland Park Livery Yard and Equine Training Centre|
At Cousland Park we provide a friendly, relaxed environment where everyone can enjoy their own horse. We welcome horses and riders of all levels and interests from beginner to seasoned competitors.
|Lothians Riding Club|
Lothians Riding Club was formed in 2002. We are a relatively small club but pride ourselves on being very well organised, friendly with an emphasis on having fun.
|Peebles Riding Club|
The Peebles and District Riding Club are an affiliated member of the British Riding Clubs (Area 1) serving Peebles, Biggar and West Linton and their surrounding areas.
|North Lammermuir Riding Club|