The Maelor was first divided from the rest of Wales by the construction of Offa's Dyke in the eighth century, but was reclaimed by Wales during the reign of Stephen of England. In around 1202, the Maelor was first divided into two halves, separated by the River Dee, when it was split between two Welsh lords.
Maelor Riding Club has been an established riding club for over 20 years.
Our aim is to encourage riding of all levels and abilities through our range of riding club activities, which we host throughout the year.
Membership of Maelor Riding Club, which is affiliated to British Riding Clubs Area 20, gives members access to the whole of the UK’s Riding Club movement and infrastructure of local, area, regional and national competition opportunities.
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