The aim of the ride is to celebrate The 60th anniversary of the The Horse Rangers Association and raise funds to ensure they can continue their great work, this is going to be a great event for all the family to enjoy. The Horse Rangers are based at the Royal Mews, Hampton Court. They focus on teaching young people horsemanship and how to care for horses and ponies regardless of background. Unique in the way that they are not a riding school but horses and ponies are use to help Rangers in their own personal development.
This is a fun charity cycle challenge starting at Hampton Court Palace with two route options, the Royal Park Hopper which can be enjoyed by the whole family and the The Horse rangers 60th Anniversary Challenge which is a longer ride with a few more challenges but is still great fun, and a great way to warm up for the season ahead.
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