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Pony Pursuits

Horse Riding and Stables, Outdoor
Profile iconAll Ages
Location iconOxford
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Boy on horse at Pony Pursuits in Oxford

Attraction Information

Come Christmas, birthdays or really any old afternoon, kids are known for that classic line: can I have a pony? Well, they can (for a day at least) at Pony Pursuits!

Come and meet Bo Bo, Sam and the whole gang, including Crackerjack who may be retired but still loves taking part in unicorn parties. Taster rides are a great introduction for littl'uns while Pony Fun Sessions during the school holidays are just that - fantastic fun! You’ll get stuck in with grooming, tacking and a bit of poo picking (!) before playing games and even decorating a horseshoe.

Woodland Walks are a family favourite and follow public bridleways through 280 acres of parkland, all aboard your faithful steed of course! The team also make sure everyone gets a turn with therapeutic sessions for pony-mad kids with special needs. Just make sure you book in advance.

  • Tack, groom and ride a lovely team of horses
  • Woodland walks and pony parties
  • Therapeutic sessions

Opening hours

Available 7 days a week by appointment only. 

Location

Address

3-5 Bracegirdle Road, Wood Farm,
Oxford,
Oxfordshire,
OX3 8RJ,
England

Phone number

07748 598560

Directions

Pony Pursuits operates from two locations and also attend any location within an hour of oxford (Transport costs apply). Location is confirmed upon booking but as a rough guide; woodland rides take place in Shotover Country park and Ride and Grooms take place at the Wood Farm Location, which also has additional play facilities (sand pit, slides, picnic area) plus chickens and guinea pigs. 

Pricing

Taster ride (3-4 minutes): £3
Woodland Rides: £20 per 30 minute session
Ride & Grooms: £20 per 30 minute session

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Clothing

Comfortable full length clothing and no open toed shoes.

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