The British Equestrian Federation has invested over £500,000 into riding centres

Over the last three years the British Equestrian Federation (BEF) has invested over £500,000 into riding centres and organisations to help increase participation in equestrian sports. The Hoof Capital Funding scheme is provided by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport through the Government agency, Sport England.

From 1 April 2016, the BEF will be launching its next funding programme and will again provide two schemes, both designed to support the development of equestrian facilities that will contribute to helping increase participation of riding, driving and vaulting in England with applications closing on 29 April.

Hoof Capital Funding Grant Scheme (Scheme 1) - Allows not-for-profit groups or clubs, Charities and Limited companies to apply for funding.

Hoof Leased Facilities Scheme (Scheme 2) - enables those who might previously have been excluded from applying for Capital Funding (primarily Sole Trader and Partnership operations) to lease facility components/ equipment.

Organisations wishing to apply can find the stage 1 application and guidance document at the Hoof website.

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