Providing safe off-road riding

News & Announcements

Warren Heath/Heath Warren

26 December 2019 & 19 February, drag hunting will be taking place in Warren Heath.This has been approved by the Forestry Commission...

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TROT & Bedgebury Pinetum Do you fancy a day out? (without your horse & trailer)

As a TROT Member we are pleased to advise that you can park your car free of charge at Bedgebury Visitor Centre (a saving of up to £12 at weekends & bank holidays)...

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Abbots Wood Combination Lock

Please note that Abbots Wood (FC13) now has a combination lock. For more information, please sign in and go the Routes page...

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Welcome to TROT

TROT (Toll Rides Off-road Trust) is a charitable trust dedicated to providing members with an extensive national network of horse riding and carriage driving routes on privately owned land. 

Through our dedicated band of local agents, we work with landowners to establish and maintain interesting and well-kept off-road rides where our members can enjoy riding and driving safely and legally.

TROT administers the Forestry Commission’s riding permit scheme for horse riding in forests in Southern England.

Our routes

Farm routes are generally on privately owned farmland or woodland.They may include short sections of bridleway or byway but there will be minimal roadwork and, best of all, there are generally no other users! This helps our members to enjoy a safer riding experience.

Forestry routes may contain bridleways and byways but TROT membership opens up a wonderful network of riding trails, helping to keep members away from the busier public areas of the forests.

Please see more information about routes here.

Join TROT!

Click here to join TROT online.

Calling all landowners!

TROT is always looking to expand the choice of rides that it provides to its members. If you have a trail on your land suitable for horse riding and would like to recover some of the cost of maintenance, please click here to see some of the benefits of allowing TROT members to ride on your land.