The overall aim with the research project is to study and analyse the conditions for a child rights perspective to be implemented in the stable. Studies show hat young people who have a voice and are part of decision-makings in sport tend to continue longer. Having a voice is also an important factor to prevent abuse and harassment. Furthermore, the right to express ones views and to have them accounted for is one of the main principles in the UN Convention on the Right of the Child that will be part of Swedish law in 2020. Central research questions are: What are the possibilities in general for young riders to have something to say about their participation: when and on what matters do they have a voice? What knowledge do instructors and trainers have of a child right's perspective, and what characterize stable cultures where youths either can or cannot exercise the right to express their views freely and have them accounted for? What recourses would leaders benefit from?