- Horse Riding and Stables
Suitable for all ages
Venue type: Outdoor
Pevlings Farm Riding Stables was established in 1985 and the aim at this riding stables has always been to provide a safe, friendly and informal atmosphere in which to learn to ride and look after a horse/pony.
There is no minimum age so they can cater for tiny tots to teenagers (some adults too!) (Weight limit 12 stone). Beginners are welcome and more experienced riders can do jumping and hacking.
Lessons are available for all ages and abilities on a daily basis throughout the year. Lessons are given by trained and experienced professionals who are friendly and approachable for children to learn from.
They run pony days in the school holidays so kids can spend the day with them and have a lesson and learn about pony care. They also run a Helpers Club for those who want to get a bit more involved and are also a Pony Club Centre. Pony Club members can work towards badges and certificates.
Other activities, available to all riders, can include clear round jumping and gymkhana competitions and the opportunity to take progressive rider tests. However the emphasis is always on having fun and enjoying the ponies. They can do regular lessons or just one-offs!
They are proud to be BHS approved, ABRS approved and Clubmark accredited.
- Restaurant Onsite
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Disabled Toilets Available
- Toilets Available
- Parking Available On-site
- Pushchair Friendly
Getting There and Contact Information
Cabbage Lane, Horsington, Templecombe, Somerset and Bristol, BA8 0DA, England
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Monday to Sunday 08:00 - 18:00
Adults from £28.00
Kids from £11.00
Written by Anonymous . 19.10.16
Thank you to Alison and her great team of girls. My family have been learning to ride at Pevlings for over 30 years, this covers my children and my grandchildren. Alison has created from hardwork a riding school which has a warm atmosphere, very well cared for horses and ponies, extremely safe and efficient, great value for money. I have returned today from taking my young grandson who badly wants to ride at 2 and a half but has seperation anxiety from his mummy , today he rode his pony Splat out on a hack and chatted with Claire his instructress and forgot his worries, a very happy little boy. Thank you for all your patience and dedication. it is appreciated. Joanna Fowler