State executives and
contacts can be found on that State's web page.
The AHRC is committed to creating high standards in
horse riding centres.
It is a national organisation with representation in each
Accredited members of this organisation are dedicated to professionalism
in the horse industry and will uphold standards and conditions in
their operation, and provide patrons with:
1. Adequate supervision as laid down in membership conditions.
2. Safety gear e.g. ASA 3838 helmets.
3. Supervisory staff of adequate training and age for the
duties carried out.
4. A holder of a current First Aid Certificate to be available
at all times.
5. Ethical, truthful and honest advertising and marketing.
6. Adherence to emergency procedures in place and the
recording of such.
7. Horses of adequate stature and training, sound and in good
health for the work envisaged.
8. Appropriate and adequately maintained equipment.
9. A complaint procedure, in which patrons can approach the
establishment or the AHRC in writing.
10. Adherence to regulations of AHRC and current Government
Legislation, especially Workplace, Health and Safety.