Non Ridden Equine Friendly Businesses Offering Activities & Competitions

Non Ridden Equine Friendly Businesses Offering Activities & Competitions

Here we list businesses that offer acitivites and competitions that non ridden equines can enjoy. These businesses have been awarded Non Ridden Equine Friendly status. If you run an non ridden equine friendly business and wish to apply for Non Ridden Equine Friendly status click here for more information. It is FREE to apply and FREE to be listed. 

In no priority order

The Horse Agility Club is passionate about providing opportunities for non-ridden equines to have fun and compete on an international platform. It is an established business that has caters for all equines, even walk only events so that all equines and people can be involved. 

Shetland Pony Agility is for all small ponies under 43" It is an in-hand sport that puts good horsemanship and the welfare, both mentally and physically of the pony as its main concern.

Equi-ability offers an online system of graded challenges with a choice of in-hand or ridden courses. They run online competitions which are largely aimed at groundwork. They also run clinics at various locations including visiting yards for which bespoke clinics are available. These are mainly focussed on groundwork, building partnerships, improving communication and some agility type exercises.

Adventure Neighground is based in the North West. It is a horse agility course, designed to provide equality regardless of size, age, experience or riding/non-ridden horse and which can be hired by the hour by individuals or small groups. Inspired by le Trec, Horse Agility and the abilities of our own horses. We also provide livery, with the Adventure Neighground facilities being available to liveries. Additionally we run specifically non-ridden sessions using my own 3 non-ridden horses, to teach aspects such as clicker training, ground work and horse agility. Further, as we expand, we are resolute about the training and welfare standards that must be adhered to. We welcome barefoot, bitless, treeless and other less conventional sectors so long as they comply by our welfare standards.

Horse Agility UK is based in Warwickshire. Horse Agility UK promotes only non ridden agility - the horse/pony/donkey/ handler relationship is our primary focus. 

Global Showing - The Online Horse Show is an online horse show offering a number of classes on a regular basis suitable for non ridden equines. 

The Mane Show is an online show where you can win rosettes and prizes without leaving the yard by entering photos & videos of your equines. There are classes to suit everyone and every equine, from traditional to fun & whacky themed classes. Horses, ponies, donkeys & mules are ALL welcome whether ridden, non ridden, or driven. International entries welcome.

World Wide Horse Showing is an online showing community that provides the opportunities for non ridden equines to compete in photographic online showing. 

HorseShoe Online Show is an online horse show for ridden and non ridden equines to enter from the comfort of their own home. The classes are open to everyone to enjoy and take part in.

EquiMind is an online equestrian show that is particularly interested in promoting a different approach to working with horses which includes bitless and non-ridden work with horses, as well as riders and horses with disabilities. We offer a wide range of non-ridden classes, from walk only for veterans to demanding obstacle classes. 

Alternative Equine Club is run by Vicki Hadley in North Devon. Non ridden & ridden clinics, training, shows, online competitions ~ Western Agility Trec Camps & Training & Shows. The link takes you to their Facebook page.

If you run a business and want it to be included in the list of Non Ridden Equine Friendly Businesses please click here for information on how to apply. It is FREE to apply and be listed.

The Non Ridden Equine Friendly status is not a quality kite mark or quality standard. The Non Ridden Equine Association UK is not able to assess or apply a quaility standard as the equine industry is too diverse.