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Noakes Farm Riding Centre

Horse Riding and Stables, Outdoor
Profile iconAges 4+
Location iconBromyard
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Noakes Farm Riding Centre , surrounded by 250 acres of beautiful Herefordshire countryside to explore, is a long established, friendly riding school, with superb indoor and outdoor facilities, plus well schooled mounts available for lessons, hacking, courses, and birthday parties. Suitable for ages 4 and upwards.

The Riding Centre is situated on a working farm, which offers many unique hacking routes that offer and great opportunity to relax and enjoy the countryside. If you are new to riding, encouraging tuition from qualified advisors is available, including lessons for nervous beginners where leaders can be provided. Tuition can be provided in small groups, or on a one to one basis.

The centre has plenty of riding opportunities for the kids, such as after school riding groups, morning and day courses during school holidays, and pony club days. Pony Club membership is available for kids who would like to train towards Pony Club tests and achievement badges, and provides a sound, structured foundation in all aspects of stable management, and riding.

Riding hats and boots are provided, but as your child progresses, it is a good idea to obtain their own expertly fitted hat. Long sleeved tops, long trousers, a boot or shoe with a flat sole and a low heel, and clothing to suit all weather conditions is recommended when riding.

Opening hours

Weekday mornings for hourly group lessons Tuesdays & Thursdays for private and group lessons

Location

Address

Bredenbury,
Bromyard,
Herefordshire,
HR7 4SY,
England

Phone number

01885 483467

Pricing

Cost is tailored to your group dependent on size, age range, & ride type so be sure to book in advance!

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