Horse riding hack or lesson - from £35 per person

  • Available at:
    Keldy
    Cropton
  • Suitable for:
    Couples, Young Children, Families, Groups, No Dogs
  • Cost:
    From £35

Please be aware if you are currently in a tier 3 lockdown area we are unable to offer you our services and we ask you not to book until your lockdown status changes.

A choice of: - Hack around Yorkshire countryside - Private 1 to 1 lesson - Group lesson (2 - 4 people) - Hack - £35 per person (min 2 people / max 4 people) - Private lesson - £45 per person (1 person only) - Group lesson - £35 per person (min 2 people / max 4 people)

- All hacks are accompanied by an experienced member of staff and are suitable for beginners or experienced riders. You may bring your own riding gear (hat, boots, whip and hi viz) however we also have some available for use. We strongly recommend you wear gloves however if unable please sanitise your hands. Please ensure that you wear long trousers and a top which covers the shoulders.  Please tie your hair back and remove jewellery prior to arriving and ensure that your clothing and boots are clean. Clients should arrive 10 minutes prior to their session to allow for hats and boots to be allocated.

- All sessions are 45 minutes long.

- Guests must be a minimum of 4 years of age to take part in a lesson and 8 years to take part in a hack; please select adult or child when booking.  Due to Covid restrictions there is only one spectator per rider at this time. 

 - Riders cannot be over 14 stone or 6'6" tall.

- Riding boots and riding hats and will be provided by the stables, if necessary, and sanitized appropriately

- When attending the stables face masks are required. Riders may remove once mounted, with girthing and stirrups adjusted.

The activity takes place at the riding school close by and the lessons take place in an indoor arena.

- Group activities require a minimum of 2 and maximum of 4 people per group and all bookings must be made in advance of arrival.

- Information will need to be provided to the stables prior to your visit including weight, height, experience etc.


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It’s a paradise for bird watchers, nature lovers and dog owners and there are bikes for hire and Rangers offering group walks into the silent woods at dusk.

MyTelegraph.co.uk 19th July 2015