Riding Instruction

" How to ride a horse:

Step One - Mount the horse.

Step Two - Stay mounted "

(Notes 'n' Quotes)

Riding Instruction

Delivered by a Fully Qualified Instructor, lessons are conducted on a Freelance or In House basis.


  • Private lessons for a more intense experience.
  • Group lessons to enjoy the experience with a friend or just learning together.
  • Lunge lessons to allow you to work on your own improvements. 

Freelance - Your instructor will travel to your venue and deliver instruction on your own animal. Catering for lessons ranging from Novice to Advanced level, both children & adults. Services available in all disciplines. 

In House - We have access to Riding School Horses/Ponies at The Grange Stud in Ugthorpe. These Horses/Ponies would be borrowed for your lesson from Th Grange Stud. Catering for lessons ranging from Novice to Advanced level, both children & adults ages 4 years and upwards. Services available in all disciplines.

Arena Hire -  The Grange Stud offers their arena to hire for a small fee.

Vouchers are available and a great idea to send as a present for that special occasion.

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Clinics are a fabulous opportunity to interact with others and take part in something new and exciting.

Different types of clinics are offered such as - Dressage, Show Jumping, X-Country and much much more! 

Regular Clinics are held at your local venues.

British Horse Society Exam Training

We can cater for the career orientated individual, helping you to gain that all important exam certificate. Working towards BHS Stages 1, 2, 3 Riding & Care, Riding and Road Safety and PTT Training. 

SVQ/NVQ Assessing

Contact us for more details.

Talks & General Advice

Occasional talks will be held in your local area relating to general equitation; great to attend for fun or just general advice. Click the link below for details and dates. All talks must be booked and paid for in advance prior to the event date.


Please Contact us for bookings and more details on the above services.

Theory Courses  

We can offer home based courses such as the British Horse Society Horse Owners Certificate (BHSHOC) which can give a good grounding to potential equestrian enthusiasts. Excellent course for first time horse owners or just if you want to further your equestrian knowledge. Please contact us for more details. 

BHSHOC Syllabus covers the following:

  • Level 1 - Types, colours & markings, stable management, care & maintenance, stable routine, tack, grooming, care of the foot, horse health, watering & feeding, horse buying, preparing to ride.
  • Level 2 - Shoeing, common injuries, stabled horse, grass land management, care of saddlery, insurance, bedding, highway code, country code.
  • Level 3 - Treatment, roughing off, clipping, trimming, plaiting, horse transport, competition, fittening, stable construction, horse clothing & bandaging, forage, costs.
  • Level 4 - Main systems in the horse, grasses, vitamins/minerals, teeth, remedial shoeing, sick nursing, fitting tack, stable vices, general knowledge of the BHS, accident & legislation.

    !!! Course Now Available !!!

Please contact us for more details. 


" Grooming: the process by which the dirt on the horse is transferred to the groom "

(Notes 'n' Quotes) 

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Lesson Type & Duration

Freelance Private                         45 min

In House Private                          45 min

Freelance Semi Private (2 ppl)   1 hour

In House Semi Private (2 ppl)    1 hour

Freelance Group                          1 hour 

In House Group                           1 hour

Freelance Lunge                          30 min

In House Lunge                           30 min

Pony Club Member Discount (Freelance Service Only)











All lessons are subject to travel costs. A charge of £1 per mile out of the 10 mile radius from our home base.


Tip of The Month 

Is your horse heavy in your hand??

The horses response from your hand down the rein to his mouth should be a light clear and concise one.

Try riding on the flat holding your reins upside down (the riders thumb pointing towards the horses mouth not the buckle on the reins).

This action will make the riders hand become light, and in turn should encourage the horse to lighten his head carriage.

Happy Riding Guys!!!!!!!