The Ulster Rural Riders Association (URRA) was formed in August 1988 in response to the increasing danger of horse-riding on the busy roads. URRA is affiliated to the British Horse Society.
URRA’s aims are two-fold:
- To promote the creation of bridle ways to enable riders to ride in the countryside in safety.
- To inform motorists of the special needs of horses on the roads, and riders in the proper use of both roads and bridleways.
URRA Email: URRA@btconnect.com
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Edith Duff on 02890611601
Code of Conduct when riding at URRA Pleasure Rides
- Check in on foot only
- Keep to the marked route at all times
- Always keep off manicured grass verges
- Correct footwear and hats should be worn when riding
- Children must be supervised by a responsible adult at all times
- Loose dogs are not permitted
- Clean up after your horse in parking areas