February Half Term Fun!
Whatever the weather, we’ll be running activities over the February school holidays: We have a fully covered indoor arena in addition to our outdoor school, so wrap up warm and come and join us! Our Pony Hour and Have-a-Go Pony Fun sessions are perfect for younger children, we work with small groups and these sessions are great as an introduction to ponies and horse riding.
For children who’d like to learn more about pony care and grooming, as well as riding, our Pony Experience Days are ideal and this half term we're also holding a special show jumping morning for those riders looking to improve their jumping skills.
Our "Games on Horseback" sessions are new for February Half Term - these are great fun and the sessions are divided by ability so that beginners and children who can ride independently can all improve their skills, whilst having fun.
How to book:
All actvities require booking and payment at least 24 hours in advance as places are limited. You can call us on 01908 666434 or click the "contact us" button on the right of this page or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact number so that we can call you back to confirm your booking and take payment.
Enjoy an experience with the Ride High ponies in these special one-hour sessions. Our Pony Hour includes a 30-minute beginner’s riding lesson and the opportunity to learn more about pony care as you groom and get to know your new equine friend. These sessions are perfect for beginners.
4+ years, £28 per person
Wednesday 19 February | 15.00 - 16.00
Thursday 20 February | 15.00 - 16.00
Saturday 22 February | 15.00 - 16.00
Have a Go Pony Fun
Get to know the Ride High ponies as you have-a-go at grooming, learn some new skills in a group riding lesson, and challenge yourself and your new pony pal with our horse agility course.
These 2 hour sessions are ideal for beginners.
6 - 16 years, £39 per person
Monday 17 February | 14.00 - 16.00
Friday 21 February | 15.30 -17.30
Games on Horseback
Join us for a fun session practicing traditional “Handy Pony” skills which improve confidence, steering and balance on horseback. Children will practice their skills across a range of ridden challenges before taking part in a fun team competition with rosettes. This activity is suitable for beginners / lead rein riders and children who are already riding independently.
4 - 16 years, £35 per person
Wednesday 19 February:
10 am – 11 am Beginners / RHEC Tots-Level 2
11 am – 12 pm Independent riders / RHEC Level 3 and above