About Us

What we do at the Club.         ………………………..

At Ebor Vale Riding Club we are committed to helping horses, ponies and riders alike.  We hold various social events throughout the year mainly at our club field during Spring, Summer and Autumn.  We usually meet on a Wednesday for various evening events including showjumping, dressage, flatwork and jumping training sessions etc.,  We also have several shows going on at the weekend, Weather permitting,  and we now have indoor training and things going on during the winter months, a full list is available on our Events Diary Page.

We also send teams (and individuals) to compete in various disciplines against the other British Riding Club affiliated clubs in our Area and (hopefully) qualify for the Championship competitions too.  Most of all we just have fun being with horses!

History of the Club

Ebor Vale Riding Club was formed in the late 1970’s and we have used various fields in the past for our shows but always around the A1079 Wilberfoss, York area.  We moved to a new club field near Everingham in 2009.  It has good sandy soil, is very flat and has a nice large area of grass suitable for competing! There is plenty of parking space at the field and you will be directed to a convenient location when you arrive. We have a full set of showjumps and working hunter style fences as well as boards for two 20 x 40 dressage arenas.  Members can also use the field for practice when there is not a show on.  We have a new clubhouse for 2010 which is located near the main entrance to the field where you enter classes, get your number and get refreshments (tea, coffee, squash and home made cakes etc,). Toilet facilities are also available on site.

Directions for getting to our club field: The Oaks, Hayton Lane, Everingham, York, YO42 4LQ:   From York take the A1079 to Hull for approximately 10 miles. Turn right to Everingham just after the dual carriageway at Hayton.  Follow this road for approximately 1 mile then turn right back towards Hayton.  Continue along this road until you see a EVRC sign and Club field on the right.

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