Explore our Pony Treat Trail!
Sunday 30 May, from 10 am – 3 pm, £5 per child
Visit the Ride High Equestrian Centre for lots of fun in the fresh air! We're holding a special, non-ridden event on Sunday 30 May, giving children the chance to get up close to our ponies and find out more about what they like to eat...
Do horses like celery? Are carrots the ponies’ favourite food? Do they eat lemons? This is a great opportunity for families to get outside, get hands-on and learn more about the sorts of food horses and ponies eat and how to feed them.
Children will explore our Pony Treat Trail on foot, completing our nature-based quiz, whilst gathering treats for our ponies to try. At the end of the Trail children will meet some of our ponies and they can explore which of the tasty snacks they’ve collected are the ponies’ favourites. Completed quizzes will be entered into a draw to win a 30-minute led hack.
There will also be cakes and drinks available to purchase at the end of the trail - all profits go to support the Ride High charity, so please do bring some extra pennies to support this good cause!
You will be allocated a time slot when booking and the trail should take about 30 minutes to complete. Children should be accompanied by an adult whilst on site.
How to book:
For this special activity we are only taking bookings directly by telephone 01908 666434 (between 9 am and 12 pm Monday – Friday, please leave a message if we don’t pick up!) or by email outside these hours - please do include your telephone number if you email us.
Bookings are not confirmed until payment has been made and a time slot allocated.
As we have limited, allocated time slots for these activities, to ensure compliance with Covid restrictions, these sessions must be pre-booked and late arrivals cannot be accommodated.
- We've devised a Covid-friendly one-way system and numbers on site will be limited, so please only bring those who have booked onto your session or you may be turned away.
- Please wear sensible shoes or boots for both activities as our stable-yard has uneven surfaces and fields may be muddy.
- No pushchairs please.
- All adults should wear masks whilst on site.
- All children should wear sensible shoes.