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Richmond Equestrian Centre is situated off the A1 between the North Yorkshire Moors and the Yorkshire Dales. (For a map and full directions click here).Set in nearly 120 acres is is the most picturesque of equestrian venues.

As a competition Venue R.E.C. boasts some of the finest facilities in the North of England. The two large indoor arenas allows us to offer both affiliated and unaffiliated show jumping, dressage, show cross, and working hunter competitions, as well as providing an excellent facility for teaching clinics and lecture demonstrations conference room. Complemented by two all weather outdoor arenas and a grass working hunter complex and all weather gallops with canter ring. There is plenty of space to ride, whatever the weather.

Richmond Equestrian Centre is renowned for its efficiently run competitions, good prizes, excellent food and a friendly welcoming atmosphere.

During the spring and summer months, as well as show jumping and dressage, the Eventing season gets underway. Built in 50 acres, our cross country course hosts two, three day affiliated British Eventing Horse Trials over BE 90, 100, Novice and Intermediate tracks. The Monday following these two events the cross country course is open to the public for schooling from dawn till dusk.

All facilities are available to hire both by the hour and by the day. See the price list for further information.

Richmond Equestrian Centre is also a thriving livery yard offering DIY, Assisted, Schooling Livery and Pre- Show livery. Liveries have free use of the facilities when available including use of the horse walker and the cross country course when open. For more information on livery see the livery pages.

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