Suitable for improver riders or for adults who would like to get back into riding.
These sessions are popular with parents who have family/work commitments, but are free to ride during the week.
Hole Farm is a Pony Club centre member.
Members will work towards achievement badges and riding tests during these sessions. This includes a 45 minute group riding lesson.
Pony Club sessions are available after school.
During this session you will learn about horses and ponies and get involved with grooming and tacking up your pony for the session, as well as getting involved with a theory or practical session and learning the basics of horse care. This will include a group riding lesson in our indoor or outdoor arena.
Pony mornings run during all school holidays.
Potential riders can make an appointment to visit the centre to meet the ponies so we can assess how they interact with the ponies prior to riding. There is no charge for this service.
Schools with mini buses or riders with a mobility disability can park in the trekking centre by arrangement.
The maximum weight limit for disabled riders is 9st.
We offer lead rides and riding lessons for groups of school children or organisations during term time depending on your preference.
This can allow children to come up close with horses and ponies in the fresh air rather than being in a classroom.
We also offer this experience as a pony morning, giving the children the full experience of getting to know what its like to work with and around horses.
Your party group will go on a lead ride through Woodgate Valley.
Parties are available during the school holidays and on Saturday and Sunday afternoons depending on availability.
You must have at least six people in your group.