Fun, friendly, family run Riding School in Chobham
How Covid 19 Effects Us!
Unfortunatley we have been closed to lessons since the 24th March and it has been a huge financial struggle to cover the costs of caring for the horses - feed, hay, farrier, routine vet treatment, dentist. Ontop of this we have had 2 emergency vet hospital stays for riding school ponies but thankfully both recovered. We have been actively been seeking sponsorship and if you feel you can help in anyway with a donation however small please see the sponsorship page for more information. Although the government has now allowed riding schools to reopen, the strict social distancing guidlines make it impossible to mount riders, adjust stirrups and girths and difficult to potentially give first aid whilst keeping staff, clients and horses safe. For this reason we have delayed opening whilst we plan how we can do all of this safely, a number of us are more vunerable or have vunerable persons at home should we get ill. We will be further updating our facebook page and this website when appropriate.
Own a pony days
Own a pony days available during end of term and half term holidays. Days offered are on our Own a pony day page. Book early to avoid disappointment.
Own a pony camp
3 full days £200 per child
Activities include quizzes, stable duties, how to look after a pony. Riding includes hacking, riding through the stream, lessons and a fun competition or gymkhana on the last day.
Clear Round Jumping
Next clear round is Sunday (tbc) at 12:30pm! We will be holding clear round jumping in our outdoor arena with warm-up in our indoor arena. Only £5 a round, with plenty of lorry/trailer parking. This is a monthly event held on the last Sunday of each month.
These make a lovely gift.
Vouchers can be purchased for any denomination or can cover a lesson, hack, number of lessons or a riding experience.
NB a riding assessment must be carried out before any client can hack out.
Please contact us to discuss your requirements
We do have a weight limit for all riders, dependent on the rider’s ability. Eg- beginners and special needs riders may have a lower weight limit. Our current weight limit for beginners is 13st and for experienced riders 15st. We may ask you to stand on our scales when coming to ride. This is purely in the interests of our horses, not to cause you embarrassment, so this will be done discreetly.