Friday, 07 November 2014 13:44

Horse Rangers to appear in Lord Mayor’s Show

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The Horse Rangers Association is taking part in this year's Lord Mayor's Show on Saturday to highlight & celebrate its 60th anniversary.

4 of its horses and 40 officers and rangers will be in the procession. They will be seen in twelfth position from the start at 11am from Mansion House.

To coincide with the prestigious event the children's charity has released a commemorative video depicting the six decades of teaching horsemanship and stable management to 400 young people in each of those years.

The video can be watched on the Horse Rangers YouTube channel @
The Horse Rangers will appear in full uniform on Saturday with the horses dressed in their ceremonial tack and groomed to perfection.

The children have been practising and polishing their performance over recent weeks in Bushy Park with their usual dedication.

The organisation which provides self-development opportunities to youngsters from all backgrounds & abilities through its equine activities has 7 squadrons, two of which are dedicated to Special Needs under the umbrella of the Riding for the Disabled Association. 

The Horse Rangers Association is a non-profit organisation & receives no grants from central government. The annual cost is around £450,000. The charity relies on 200 volunteers, many of whom were Rangers themselves,

Sponsors are now being sought and the public can make donations of up to £10 by texting HOOF11 with the amount to 70070.