Privacy Policy

We ( care about your privacy. That’s why we only share the information you give us with those who need it to help protect and enhance your riding experience!


In order to make your experience more engaging and rewarding, the Website uses information that you provide when registering in order to send occasional commercial promotions or news of our own.

Did you know that our website is going to send information about commercial promotions and news if the user has given his/her consent for such reception?

When users contact RIDINGADVISOR.COM through the Website, their personal data will be used to respond to requests for information and other inquiries that they may have made.

Confidentiality and security

The Website guarantees that your data will be treated with complete confidentiality. We are not transferring it in any case outside the site unless required by law – we care about what happens to you and want only for the best results!

The Website will adopt the necessary technical and organizational measures to avoid alteration, loss, or treatment of data. It takes into account state-of-the-art technologies with regards to what’s possible now as well as risks from human action or natural environments for how they may affect your information on this site at any given time – but no system is ever 100% secure so RIDINGADVISOR cannot guarantee full protection against all threats out there in cyberspace forever!

Rights of access, rectification, cancellation, and opposition

You can always go to the “Contact” tab and take action. The user is also given an option of unsubscribing from any email that may come in with links or advertisements relating to their personal data being processed by going down off of those emails altogether, which are completely up for them!


A cookie is a small text file that’s stored in your browser when you visit almost any web page. Its usefulness is its ability to remember the pages people have visited, and provide them with personalized content based on their previous visits or preferences without having extra information from each site manually entered every time they want new stuff!

A Cookie allows websites to store technical info about visitors (like device type), personalize settings like language preference, security options etc. Track how often someone looks at specific areas of our sites using analytics tools provided by most major website providers.

If you want to see more information about what cookies are, what they store, how to delete them, deactivate them, etc.

Cookies used on this website

The US Data Protection Agency has strict guidelines that detail the use of cookies on this website. I’m going over them with you so we can both stay up to date and be informed about what information is being collected by those pesky little files!

This website uses the following own cookies:

Session cookies are used to ensure that the user who comments on your blog is actually a human and not an automated application. This way, spam can be fought easily with these security measures in place!

This website uses the following third-party cookies:

Google Analytics: Google may use cookies to compile statistics on the traffic and volume of visits. By using this website, you are consenting that information about you be processed by Google in accordance with their privacy policy.

There is a chance these “cookies” could contain personal data like name or email address which will then allow them to build detailed profiles of visitors who come here while tracking how often someone clicks throughout links back towards other sites as well!

Social networks: Each social network has its own set of cookies, so you can click on buttons for likes or shares depending on the site.

Deactivation or elimination of cookies

You can exercise your right to deactivate or eliminate cookies at any time. The actions are different depending on the browser you’re using, but all of them will work in a similar way so it’s easy for anyone who is interested!

Additional notes

You have the right to decide whether you want a website and its legal representatives responsible for cookies placed on your computer. Web browsers are capable of storing these simple files, but they’re only necessary in order to make sure that users don’t forget about them if it’s needed from time to time like when installing new software packages into an existing browser setting file. This will take care of any other saved settings such as the default home page address; sometimes this process requires cookies to be set up automatically by certain websites so there isn’t a room available elsewhere within one’s system just yet another step before finishing their task at hand!

Google Analytics uses cookies to track the user’s browsing activity on its website. However, Google guarantees that all information is transferred with a level of protection in accordance with European regulations by adhering themselves as part Safe Harbor Agreement that requires them not share data outside their servers or when necessary under law such as IP addresses for operation purposes only. According to this company’s own statement: “We do not save your internet connection address.”

This policy covers how I use cookies on this website. If you have any questions or queries, please contact me through the contact section of my site and let’s get started straight away!


The Website does not condone the practice of spamming. This term means sending unsolicited email messages, usually commercial in nature and without any prior contact or express desire to receive them from a sender’s perspective–to people with whom one has had no connections before they are contacted through these types of communication channels like social media sites for example .

In the event that you find something on our site, which might be of interest to your users, we’ll send them an email with prior consent and always offer a way for those who would rather not receive such information.