Planning the Future of my Riding School


Join other riding stable owners for this interactive workshop that will help you:

  • Think about what your Riding School does and could offer
  • Consider whether you have the right legal structure to deliver riding services
  • Discuss how you can generate additional income from new services

At the end of the workshop, you should understand benefits and disbenefits of the many legal structures, including those for personal benefit and/or social benefit.  We will discuss Community Interest Companies and how you can run these alongside your existing organisation.  Using our speakers personal experience, you will hear how they have generated additional income through equine assisted services of various types.

By the end of the day, we will try to leave you with food for thought, an action plan and new contacts who are happy to share their knowledge with you and offer advice based on hard won experience.

Supporting the event will be:

  • George Baber – Director of Operations and Approvals at the ABRS+
  • Emily Walters – Hope Meadow CIC
  • Sam Humphries – SAFE Equestrian CIC
  • James Dwyer – GUL Outdoor Therapies

Finally, the workshop is open to all riding schools – regardless of your affiliation.  In this hugely challenging economic environment, we want all riding schools to be successful and be the best that they can be.  Please do join us and share your issues and successes.

Monday 13th May 2024 to Monday 13th May 2024


Wellington Riding

£10.00 per place

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