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Pleasure ride 2016ae

Photos from this year’s Eston Nab pleasure ride can now be viewed at Thanks to Rob Lynas and Dave Lozman for their top photography skills and to everyone else who helped on the day!      

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Ride Out UK Week success

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Around 40 riders completed our 14-mile pleasure ride up Eston Nab helping to raise over £400. Thanks to all the volunteers who made it possible – and to the sun for coming out! The event was held on 5 June to tie in with the British Horse Society’s Ride Out UK Week – if you took part […]

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Eston Nab pleasure ride

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This year’s Eston Nab pleasure ride will take place on Sunday 5 June to coincide with the British Horse Society’s Ride Out UK Week which encourages people to explore their local equestrian routes. The course includes approximately 14 miles of bridleways, woodland, private tracks and minimal road work. As in previous years, with kind permission from William […]

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Trailer talk and AGM


Our next public meeting will take place on Wednesday 18 May at New Marske Sports Club at 7.30pm. Pop along and find out what’s happening in your local area, as well as meeting a bunch of like-minded horsey friends. This month, we are lucky to be joined by fellow committee member Paul Darbyson (who many of […]

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Pegasus crossing campaign – update


Taylor Wimpey considering Pegasus crossing request Taylor Wimpey is planning to build 111 houses next to Saltburn Riding School so Saltburn and District Bridleways Group is calling for a Pegasus crossing to be installed on Marske Road. The group has the support of the Roads Policing Unit, the BHS and Redcar and Cleveland Council’s highways department […]

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Dead? Or Dead Slow?

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Saltburn and District Bridleways Group is supporting the British Horse Society’s Dead Slow road safety campaign. The national campaign aims to educate drivers to pass horses wide and slow – 15mph max and at least a car’s width away. In the five years since the launch of its horse accidents website, over 2,000 reports of […]

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Rights of Way Plan 2016-2021

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Redcar and Cleveland Council is currently reviewing its Rights of Way Plan for the next five years. Ian Tait, the council’s countryside officer, will be attending our next committee meeting in March to make sure the views of local horse riders are considered. We will be highlighting bridleways in need of repair such as Saltburn Gill, […]

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