Finnish Equestrian Federation
Finnish Equestrian Federation (Suomen Ratsastajainliitto ry) is the central organization of equestrian sports in Finland. The equestrian association promotes riding as a general form of sports and physical education, organizes riding competitions and develops riding education and coaching in our country. The main task of the Finnish Equestrian Federation is to secure the well-being of the horse in all sport and hobby activities.
The Finnish Equestrian Federation was founded in 1920 and has been a member of the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) since 1923. The actual members are the local registered riding clubs. At the end of 2022, there were 496 registered riding clubs, and these member clubs had 39,264 personal members. The federation has 334 member stables, including 206 riding schools and 128 member stables.