Ridgeway Rally is an annual event to rival no other. Ridgeway Rally is a three day riding competition covering 30 miles (48km) a day over the length of the Ridgeway trail.
The 2017 debut event is March 26th-30th and is full; the 2018 event will be held March 25th-29th 2018.
Entrants of the rally can expect four/five hours a day in the saddle, marquees on route for lunch and evening dining with ‘super’ chef’s. Chauffeuring from the riding route each evening to their no expense spared hotels each night, including dinner and entertainment at top 5 star hotels and an evening at Highclere Castle.
The rally combines a superb riding competition with first class hotels and entertainment with world royalty and celebrity.
The Wrangler Jeep and the Ridgeway rally gold cup goes to the winner.
This event is exclusively high end.
A combination of fitness and speed determines the winner.
The Ridgeway is an ancient Roman trail covering some 89 miles. A mixture of mainly chalky tracks running along side open fields of crop land and rolling hills, this is the perfect traffic free riding terrain.
All riders must be advanced and fit for this level of endurance riding. Riders and horses should be currently fit for riding five hours in trot and canter with no problem to be able to enter this rally.
This event is also the perfect training ground for longer endurance rides and gives horses the opportunity to ride terrain they would not otherwise experience, especially horses and riders from the Middle East.
Maximum of 20 entrants.
For more information or to enter, see:
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