- Ages 4+
- Horse Riding and Stables
The Warminster Saddle Club offer regular weekly lessons, with BHS qualified instructors, for children and adults, every day of the week. These range from complete beginners upwards. Children usually start in the 30 minute lead rein lessons (minimum age 4) and then progress on to an hourly lesson (minimum age 6).
They are BHS approved and special seasonal events include show jumping, hunter trials, dressage, the annual summer show, horse trials and mini muck-in days.
Facilities here include a 30m x 60m outdoor school with full set of Jump for Joy brand show jumps and a 20m x 40m indoor school, with both arenas benefitting from a waxed surface. There are also 3 outdoor grass arenas with 2 sets of wooden show jumps; a Minimus cross country course with heights of 1ft and 2ft and a Standard cross country course with heights of 2ft 3″, 2ft 6″ and 2ft 9″! Everything you need for an equestrian adventure!
There's a dressage arena with dual surfacing for options too and you can book the secretaries' portakabin and hard standing space for competitions. On top of all this there is the lecture room, a whopping 21 Riding School stables plus additional16 Livery stables and loads of space for immediate vicinity hacking in a beautiful environment.
Club runs numerous events on selected dates year round, booking is required for tuition and event days so be sure to call ahead
Adult riding tuition from £20 Child riding tuition from £20
Oxendene, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 0DZ, England
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No, there are no toilets available.
No, there are no baby changing facilities.
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The Warminster Saddle Club has not told us if they are fully wheelchair friendly.
The Warminster Saddle Club has not told us if they are fully pushchair friendly.
The Warminster Saddle Club has not told us if they are dog friendly.