A unique one-off chance to ride around the breath-taking Chatsworth Estate has been made possible thanks to The British Thoroughbred Retraining Centre.
This fantastic opportunity takes place on Sunday, July 10 when you will be able to enjoy a leisurely hack alongside the magnificent cross country fences, explore the pathways and take in the stunning scenery of the Chatsworth Estate whilst raising money for charity.
Thanks to the support of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, all the money raised on the Chatsworth ride will go to the BTRC’s ‘Ride for Retraining’ campaign. This nationwide initiative marks the 25th Anniversary of The British Thoroughbred Retraining Centre, Britain’s original and biggest organisation dedicated to the retraining and rehoming of racehorses for new careers after racing. To celebrate the BTRC’s Silver Jubilee, the Centre is hoping to raise £100,000 to increase the size of the stabling facility from 40 boxes to 80 and so double the number of horses that can be helped every year.
“We want as many riders as possible to join in and support us so that we can help many more of the horses coming out of racing every year to find new and happy careers when their racing days are done” said BTRC Chairman John Sexton.
There are limited spaces available for the Chatsworth Ride so make sure you book now to avoid disappointment.
Click here to download the entry form or call the office on 01524 812649 for further information.