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The Horse Rangers Association (HRA) is a registered charity based at the Royal Mews, Hampton Court.

It focuses on teaching young people horsemanship and how to care for horses and ponies. It is not a typical riding school; instead HRA uses the horses and ponies to help Rangers in their own personal development. They rely on voluntary monthly subscriptions for most of their income, supplemented by fund raising and charitable donations. Special events are held regularly to help raise funds for the organisation, and own band and musical ride display team can also be booked to perform in the local area.

HRA's mission is to provide a healthy and fulfilling opportunity for young people, regardless of background and ability, to develop character, responsibility and a concern for animals, the world we live in and other people, in a safe and enjoyable environment.

Much of its Special Needs activities come under the umbrella of the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA), of which HRA is a member group.

Map & Directions

Road Directions

From the M3


Exit at junction 1 of the M3 and follow the A308 towards Kingston. Go past Kempton Park Racecourse. At the traffic lights continue ahead on Upper Sunbury Road for just over a mile. Continue past the pelican crossing and the Esso garage. The Royal Mews is situated on the right hand side just past the Cardinal Wolsey public house.  


From the South At the Scilly Isles roundabout take the A309 towards Hampton Court and stay on this road until Hampton Court Bridge. Once over the bridge, turn left at the roundabout onto Hampton Court Road. The Royal Mews is less than 100 yards on the left hand side, just before the Cardinal Wolsey public house.  


From Kingston Follow the signs for Kingston Bridge. Once over the bridge turn left at the roundabout into Hampton Court Road (A308) and continue for 1.5 miles. At the roundabout take the second exit signposted A308 to Hampton/M3. The Royal Mews is less than 500 yards on the left hand side, just before the Cardinal Wolsey public house.  


Parking There is very limited parking at the Royal Mews and this is reserved for staff, officers and those with disabilities. You can find alternative parking at the Hampton Court Green Car Park (about 200 yards away), which is situated on Hampton Court Road about opposite the Esso garage, or at Hampton Court Station (about 500 yards away) over Hampton Court Bridge. All day parking is available at both car parks.  

Public Transport Directions

From Hampton Court Railway Station


Hampton Court Railway Station is not more that 500 yards away. When leaving the station, cross the road and go right, crossing the bridge over the River Thames. At the roundabout, turn left down Hampton Court Road. Continue down this road, passing the Thames Motor Yacht Club. The Horse Rangers Association is on the left hand side, just before the Cardinal Wolsey public house. The entrance is at the rear of the building

Horse Rangers Association


Royal Mews, Hampton Court Road, East Molesey, Surrey, KT8 9BW

Tel: 020 8979 4196

Opening Times

Season (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)

* Please check the website for more information.

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