Pony Experience Day
Friday, August 16th
Pony Experience Days | 7 yrs + | £90 | 10 am - 4 pm
Spend the day as an equestrian trainee! Learn how we care for our ponies and increase your confidence around your new equine friends as you groom, feed and tack them up ready for your day. Have an hour’s riding lesson and take a fun quiz on what you’ve learnt during your day at the yard. Get to know the ponies’ personalities during a horsemanship session as you learn what makes them tick. Say goodbye as you feed and put your pony to bed. Great for children who have ridden before.
These sessions run from 10 am - 4 pm and are suitable for children aged 7+, with some previous horse riding experience.
Advance booking essential: To book please contact Reception on 01908 666434 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ride High Equestrian Centre
Redland Drive, Loughton
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