The ABRS has Britain's longest established riding school approval scheme (since 1954). It is the only organisation solely representing professional riding school proprietors and is thus ideally placed to assist and guide young people seeking careers with horses. It has a wide ranging examination and testing system which enables teenagers to build up worthwhile gradings and certificates in preparation for leaving school and taking up full time training.
Additional information on this classification scheme is available from Association of British Riding Schools.
The BHS represents the interests of the 4.3 million people in the UK who ride or who drive horse-drawn vehicles. With its membership and that of its Affiliated Riding Clubs and Affiliated Bridleway Associations the BHS is the largest and most influential equestrian charity in the UK.
Additional information on this classification scheme is available from British Horse Society.
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