Whether you are looking to find a riding school, trekking centre, livery yard or instructor the BHS can help.
In this section you will find information about: Finding a riding school or livery yard
Becoming an approved yard
Finding a riding instructor
Simply scroll down to find out more. Joining a riding club
BHS Approved Riding Schools and Livery Yards
Our approved yards have horse and pony welfare along with client safety and satisfaction as their priorities. All establishments are insured for public liability and comply with the latest in best practice and health and safety legislation. To uphold the scheme's standards and ensure quality teaching, unannounced annual inspections are organised for your peace of mind.
Find an Approved Riding Centre Find an Approved Livery Yard
Become an Approved Yard
Click here for a summary of the benefits of becoming an approved yard. Then click here to download the full information and application pack. We look forward to welcoming you on board.
BHS Registered Instructors
If you want to learn to ride, or improve your riding, our instructors have professional qualifications, first aid and child protection certification, up to date professional training records and follow a Code of Conduct.
Find a Registered Instructor
Scotland has a vibrant network of affiliated riding clubs, each offering their members a range of training, compeitions and social events.
And of course, BRC members in Scotland can also qualify for two exclusive competition series with their finals at Blair Castle International Horse Trials in August each year.
Members can choose from the Scottish & Northern Equestrian / BHS Scotland Riding Club Working Hunter series and the Fingask Castle / BHS Scotland Riding Club Style Jumping series.
Find your local riding club here: Find a Riding Club