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FAQ'S

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WHAT AGES DO YOU ACCEPT FOR LESSONS?

We accept from a minimum age of 3 and at least 1 metre tall, maximum... anyone fit enough to take part!

DO YOU HAVE A WEIGHT LIMIT?

Yes, for horse welfare only we have a STRICT 13st/82.6kg/182lbs weight limit.
ALL clients weights will be checked at registration and annually thereafter.

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR FOR LESSONS?

Headwear

Hats of the correct standard must be worn at all times when mounted correctly fitted and fastened. We have hats you can use for free for your first 5 visits. If you have a riding hat, bring it along and ask your instructor to check it for current standards.

Footwear

Riding boots or Jodhpur boots ideally should be worn, however, any closed toe flat shoe or boot with a smooth sole and a small heel would be acceptable. Trainers are not acceptable. They are unsafe and you will not be permitted to ride should you attend wearing them. See T&C's for more details.

Lower Body

Thick leggings or trousers that offer freedom of movement. Jeans have been known to cause friction. Legs must be covered at all times i.e no shorts or skirts.

Upper Body

Clothing should be suitable for the weather conditions. A long-sleeved shirt, a properly fastened jacket that is not flapping or a sweatshirt, are recommended. Body protectors aren't mandatory but are recommended. 


Hands

We strongly recommend that riding gloves are worn whenever riding.

Hair

All long hair should be tied back.


Jewellery

No jewellery should be worn whilst riding or handling horses. The only exceptions are the wearing of a wedding ring and watch.

Ultimately it is your responsibility to be dressed correctly in accordance with the above information before riding. You may forfeit your lesson and its fee if you are not permitted to ride when you attend for your lesson.