Welcome to Delamere Forest Riding Club

The Club was established in 1983 by riders local to Delamere Forest; a wooded area of 972 hectares which lies between Chester and Northwich in the Cheshire Plain.
Today we remain a small, friendly riding club with approximately 60 members including juniors. Many members are keen dressage riders but we also hold training events, Show Jumping, Combined Training, ODE, Arena Eventing, Horse Camp and a Fun Ride/BBQ.

Please feel free to look around our site and get to know us.

Newsflash

Below is the latest news. Please check back for regular updates.
Alternatively, click through to our
Results, News and Photos page for more including past newsletters.

Here are some of our up and coming events. Please view the Dressage, Training, Jumping and Social pages for full information!
Don't forget to keep checking these pages for new updates., and the Result and News page for more information

The virtual AGM is available to view on the Social page. Thanks to Steph Woodland for putting it all together!

***Details of the popular Christmas SJ with Richard Carruthers are on the Training page.

***December dressage open **** Christmas fancy dress optional!

Please find HERE (27.11.20) information affecting Riding Clubs re the current situation with Covid 19.

Make yourself aware of the Hat, whip and Body Protector rules for 2020. Hat info CLICK HERE Body Protector info CLICK HERE Whip info (as per BS) CLICK HERE The whip ruling applies to Area Qualifiers but not to DFRC training and competitions

FLU VACS 2020 update - all horses and ponies should have up to date records as per the BRC ruling for all DFRC events. All entrants will be asked to supply copies of their passport/vaccination record in advance of the competition. If not supplied in advance, please do not unload until your passport and vaccinations have been checked. BRC rulings are changing from 01.03.2020. Please see the Area 20 website for full details https://brc-area20.org.uk/rules-&-rule-changes
MICROCHIPS - all horses in England should now be microchipped. This will be a requirement for Area competitions.

At DFRC events held at Forest Gate Farm, tea & coffee is available for a donation to charity. To reduce waste / plastic waste please bring your own mug to use! (Currently not available, so please bring your own refreshments)

Neither Delamere Forest Riding Club, its committee nor any persons acting on its behalf, accept any liability for any accident, loss, damage, injury or illness to any person, animal or property whatsoever from whatever cause. A properly fitted hat must be worn at all times when mounted.

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