The Relay is all about celebrating the positive impact of horses on the lives of people, especially during challenging times, and raising money for a range of equine charities across the UK. It gives riders, carriage drivers, in-hand/long-rein walkers, pedestrians, and cyclists the chance to be part of a huge community event and have fun with their horses!
It is easy to get involved and it is accessible to everyone. Just register using the button at the top of this page, to be part of the Horses 4 Health team. There is no set route, but everyone in each region will participate in the same 2-week period, following their usual route or going somewhere new. We hope that some events taking place in your region will support us to, so you may find an organised ride to join. Please share the registration details with as many people as possible, so we can all celebrate together and achieve something very special for charities.
When you register, we will send you a hi-viz tabard, an SOS tag and a celebration rosette, plus a few “extras” – want to know more….then register today! We will confirm your region and the dates when you’ll take part. When you complete your part of the relay, you can log your distance and time, share a photo and tell other participants how you did. Then sit back and track the relay as it travels around the UK using the map where you’ll see how everyone is doing. The journey doesn’t end there, thanks to the support of a range of equestrian trade suppliers, you will receive discount voucher codes via email, all designed to help support your local businesses, as they get back on their feet after the pandemic. Just log your activity to receive the codes!
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As all my friends will know, I am passionate about anything horse related, whether watching my miniature shetlands having a lazy day in the field, or competing on my haflinger horses, or working with horses in the charity sector