Our club hopes to provide students a chance to experience our amazing sport with a great club full of lovely people. We cater for everyone from those who haven't ever been near a horse, all the way to those who compete or may own a horse of their own. We are completely inclusive, you don't need your own horse and you can borrow all the gear if you need to! Not everything is about the horses though, we regularly have socials - everything from movie nights, to fitness sessions to some great nights out. So whether you drink or not there are socials that you will love. One of the best parts we feel about our sport is that you don't just benefit from the physical aspect of the sport, there's also something very special about gaining a bond with such beautiful animals. Those who are enthusiastic about the sport can also go to trials for our Club Team, those who are in the team get the amazing opportunity to compete representing RGU at BUCS Competitions against other universities!

President: Alyssa Heggie
Social Sec: Alison Steele

Regular events include:
Training/Lessons every week on a Wednesday 
BUCS Competitions 4 times a year 
Granite City Challenge  
All RGU Sports InterClub Events and socials 

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