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Mission and History












Mission and History

The Tri-County Riding Club is a private social club serving members from Albemarle, Fluvanna, and Buckingham Counties. Typically, a social dinner or brunch is hosted by several members monthly in the clubhouse.

In 1951 the club was founded as a riding club for its members and their children.  Historically, breakfast meetings were held in members' homes.   Equestrian events and trail rides are no longer conducted.   Membership is by invitation.



Tri-County Riding Club Entrance Sign
Tri-County Riding Club Entrance Sign
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The club house, located at 1619 Riding Club Road, Keene, VA was designed by Architect, Floyd Johnson, who was a member.  All members were asked to give $100 for the building fund.  Club members did most of the actual construction of the club house.  For a number of years horse shows were conducted on the property.  Several additions and renovations have been undertaken by the members over the years.



Tri-County Riding Club house
The Club house
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Tri-County Riding Club road frontage

Road Frontage of Tri-County Riding Club
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Special events such as wedding receptions, birthday parties, etc., may be arranged at the Tri-County Riding Club.   
To schedule your event, contact: Althea Randolph at 434-286-6622.






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