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Fun, friendly, family run Riding School in Chobham


PLease read LGB Equestrian's Health & Safety before booking your lesson.

Due to covid, if you feel unwell please email and do not turn up.

Price Increase

Due to the rising cost of living, hay, feed etc we now have no choice but to increase the prices of our lessons while still being competitive. We appreciate times are tough for everybody and this decision has been made solely to maintain the welfare of our horses, we hope everyone can understand. We will be phasing in this increase in 2 stages to help our valued current clients, the first increase will be effective from the 1st September and the second increase will be effective from the 1st December. Please see our lesson page for current prices, it will next be updated from December 1st.

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 £250 per child, 2 days £170 per child or 1 day £85 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.

Please email for details and to book.

Clear Round Jumping

Next clear round is 30th May. We will be holding clear round jumping in our outdoor arena with warm-up in our indoor arena. Only £6 a round, with plenty of lorry/trailer parking. Heights changed to suit the rider!

Vouchers Available

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.

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