Equestrian Teams and Organisations

Equestrian organisations have been formed all over the world and each for different kinds of horses and different purposes. Some hold training sessions and conferences and some notable equestrians like Ian Millar, are parts of these organisations.

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World Arabian Horse Organisation

The World Arabian Horse Organisation began in 1970, has its headquarters in the United Kingdom and is affiliated with 82 countries. The basic objectives is to preserve the Arabian horse breed, as well as maintain its purity and bloodline. The Arabian organisation defines a pure-bred Arabian horse as one that appears in a pure-bred Arabian Stud Book. They welcome individual membership and members are allowed to register any Arabian horse from any WAHO-approved country.

Horse Rangers Association

The Horse Rangers Association is a registered charity. It is not particularly a horse school, however, they aim at guiding young people of all backgrounds to self development through horsemanship. They are based in Royal Mews, Hampton Court and is a member group of The Riding for the Disabled Association.

British Equestrian Federation

British Equestrian Federation is an umbrella organisation in the UK and a body that oversees every horse related sports there is. It is an affiliate of the FEI, Federation Equestrian Internationale, an international body that governs equestrian sports. It was established in 1972 and represent the interests of the vaulters, riders and carriage drivers in Great Britain. Their mission is to provide vision and purpose in the world of equestrianism.

Old Friends

Old Friends is a thoroughbred retirement and rescue facility located in Georgetown, Kentucky. It is a non profit organisation accredited by the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA). Old Friends is presently home to over 150 retired thoroughbred athletes. There is a two to five daily tour on the facility daily, for visitors to see and visit a few ex-racehorses.