North Region
County Durham
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Non-disabled riding lessons

Our riding lessons are designed to meet the capabilities and goals of riders. Our lessons are charged on an hourly and half hourly rate.

Complete beginners
These lessons are group sessions for complete beginners, where riders can experience being on horseback in a relaxed, safe environment on well trained horses and ponies. You’ll learn the basics from mounting to mastering trot - riding hats are free to borrow, please bring your own boots. There is half-hour and hourly sessions after school and at weekends. Call us to check availability – all sessions must be booked in advance.  

Group lessons
Group lessons are available for beginners up to advanced riders and run all year round at weekends and on weekday evenings. Before you join a group one of our BHS /ABRS qualified instructors will assess your riding and suggest the best group for you. There are also group jumping lessons for all abilities.  

1 hour Group Lesson £18
30 min private/semi private lesson £18
1 hour private lesson £36
30 min carriage drive (one to one) £18
What our visitors say:
Beth is one of our regular teenage riders. “I enjoy jumping Ben around the cross country jumps in the summer months. He really looks after his rider and it is great fun!"
Interesting facts:
Not the nicest of facts...:
Horses cannot vomit.
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Riding Centre for Special People Ltd

" There is something about the outside of a horse, that is good for the inside of a man ”, Winston S Churchill