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Strathmore and District Riding Club

Strathmore and District Riding club (SDRC) is based in Tayside, Scotland and was established in 1972.

We have just celebrated our 50th Anniversary and what a year it was!

We are an affiliated riding club with the British Riding Clubs and hold various qualifiers throughout the season.

We follow British Riding Club rules. Click on the link below to see the Rule Book


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We offer a variety of activities for both riding and non-riding members.

Have a look at our events page to see what is happening and make sure you follow us on Facebook!

In accordance with GDPR, please see the SDRC Data Protection Policy

To request details of  personal data held by SDRC, please complete the Data Request Form


From 1 January 2023, BRC will no longer be accepting two of the older hat standards and will therefore need to re-tag hats In order to ensure riders are wearing the most up-to-date riding hats.

Please note that from 1st January 2023, the following hat standards will no longer be accepted, due to the age of hats made to these standards:


1.       PAS  015 1998

2.       SNELL E2001 

A new colour of hat tag will be required for BE, PC and BRC from 1 January 2023.

The following standards and Quality Assurance Marks Accepted are;

  • PAS 015 (2011) and must have the BSI Kitemark or Inspec IC Mark
  • VG1 01.040 (2014-12) and must have the BSI Kitemark or Inspec IC Mark
  • ASTM F1163 (2004a or 04a onwards) and must have the SEI mark
  • SNELL E2016 and must have the official SNELL label and number
  • AS/NZS 3838 (2006 onwards) and must have the SAI Global mark

 Body Protector standards change


As per the BRC website, from January 2024 the 2009 standard will no longer be accepted for competition use.


So when purchasing your new body protectors, please ensure they have the current standard on them.