British horse riding laws and best practices

The UK has a lot to offer in terms of different areas to ride and sheer beauty. There are many set trails across the county.

Some of the top areas include Berkshire, Hampshire and the west country however it is best to be aware of riding laws and guidelines before you set off.

In law often references to the term road also include pathways and footpaths as well.

It is important that all equipment including horse draw carriages are properly maintained and up to standard.

General horse riders must always wear a helmet.  Light coloured clothing must be warn during the day as well as light reflective clothing at night.

More info and rules / laws about riding horses in the UK can be found here. Also if you need any unbiased advice you could track down a local firm to confirm or deny any questions you have.