1804 8th June, eight days training at Doncaster
1805 17th May, assembled at Doncaster. 5th Dec, the Ripon Squadron attended a thanksgiving service at the cathedral for the victory at Trafalgar.
1806 Did not assemble
1807 Did not assemble
1808 8th Aug, two days training on Scotton Moor
1809 Did not assemble
1810 Did not assemble
1811 5th Oct, the greater part of the regiment assembled at Newly Hall for 2 days
1812 5th May, ordered to hold itself ready to assist the civil powers in the Ludd Riots. 14th May, assembled at Harrogate for 10 days training
1813 17th May, assembled at Doncaster for 10 days training
1814 Regiment was increased to 401 men. Grey overalls were issued. They did not assemble in that year. They received the thanks of Parliament for their services in the Napoleonic War
1815 Did not assemble
1816 20th Oct, ordered to hold themselves ready to assist the civil power
1817 29th Mar, regiment called out and remained on duty for 2 days. 24th May, the regiment assembled at York for 8 days duty. New clothing was issued: shakos and shabraques. 20th June, the band was mounted for the first time. 1st Sep, two additional Troops raised at Leeds.
1818 May, 18th 19th and 20th, the different squadrons were inspected at their HQs by Lord Grantham. Hussar sashes and sabretaches were issued to the men. 23rd May, the regiment assembled at York for 8 days duty. 30th May, reviewed by Major-General Sir John Byng.
1819 Jan, received the title The Yorkshire Hussar Regiment of Yeomanry Cavalry. 19th Jan, Lord Grantham took command. 22nd May, assembled at York for 8 days duty.
1820 1st Jan, scarlet hussar pelisses and light blue shakos issued to the men. 22nd April, assembled at York for 8 days duty. Blue overalls and black horse-hair shako plumes issued.
1821 18th May, assembled at Doncaster for 8 days duty.
1822 17th May, assembled at Ripon for 8 days
1823 1st Aug, assembled at Pontefract for 8 days
1824 1st Jan, blue pelisses and black shakos with drooping plume issued. White duck overalls and blue forage caps with peaks also issued. 23rd July, assembled at Pontefract for 8 days. 29th July, inspected by Lieut-Col Dorville, Royal Dragoons.
1825 25th May, assembled at York for 8 days training. Reviewed by Sir John Byng. NCOs and men presented Lord Grantham with an gift of silver plate.
1826 The various Troops of the regiment were 'almost incessantly under arms' during the entire year assisting regular units to quell riots. In May they were summoned to Bradford and Addingham to protect mills and other manufacturing premises from rioters.
1827 23rd May, the regiment assembled at York for the usual training. Jackets were changed from scarlet to dark blue.
1828 24th May, assembled at York wearing their new blue jackets for the first time.
1829 19th Sep, assembled at Pontefract for the usual training.
1830 15th Oct, assembled at Pontefract for training.
1831 The regiment did not assemble but the Troops trained separately.
1832 22nd Sep, assembled at Pontefract for 8 days training.
1833 19th Sep, assembled at Ripon for duty.
1834 20th Sep, assembled at Ripon
1835 Sep, two Troops (around 100 men) commanded by Sir John Johnstone and the Hon William Lascalles escorted Princess Victoria during her visit to Yorkshire. 19th Sep, assembled at York for 8 days training.
1836 1st Oct, assembled at York for training.
1837 7th Oct, assembled at York for training and next day after church service took the oath of allegiance to HM Queen Victoria.
1838 Jan, red forage caps issued. 25th June, five Troops paraded on foot in full dress in honour of the Queen's coronation. 20th Oct, annual meeting at York.
1839 20th Oct, assembled at York
1840 1st April, red shakos issued (light blue for the band). 20th July, escorted The Queen Dowager, Queen Adelaide, travelling from Leeds to Harewood House and on to Bolton Bridge. 23rd Sep, assembled at York.
1841 15th May, assembled at York.
1842 3rd June, under arms until 31st Aug assisting the military in the outbreak of serious Chartist riots in the West Riding. They were on duty in the Leeds and Bradford area. One Troop under Captain York had to charge the mob at Cleckheaton. 1st Oct, a new permanent officers mess was opened, the De Grey Rooms in York.
1843 5th Oct, assembled at York for training.
1844 2nd Oct, assembled at York
1845 Regiment did not assemble.
1846 23rd Sep, assembled at York for training.
1847 Assembled at York. Reviewed by Colonel James York Scarlett
1848 Jan, black sheepskins issued to NCOs and privates to replace white ones. April and May, regiment called out to assist civil authorities. 21st Sep, assembled at York for training.
1850 26th Sep, assembled at York. A review was held on 2nd Oct at which 12,000 people attended.
1852 23rd Oct, assembled at York and inspected by HRH Duke of Cambridge who congratulated Earl de Grey on the 'splendid turn-out of the the gallant Yorkshire Hussars.'