‘Day at the Stables’ Pony Experience With Two 60 Minute Lessons for £12.50 at Faughanvale Stables (50% Off)
- 70 acre farm with range of horse riding activities
- Two outdoor arenas
- Members of The Pony Club
- Heated indoor riding centre
- Day at the stables from 10am-4pm for children aged 6 to 16
- Two 60 minute pony riding lessons for all levels
- Learn grooming and tacking up
- Supervised by staff
Limit 1 per person. May buy mulitples as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid on Sat only. Must be aged 6 to 16. Warm clothes and boots or wellingtons advised. Please bring packed lunch. All equipment provided.
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Children are treasured for their lack of arrogance, mainly because their youthful stature can be problematic when climbing on a high horse. Learn to ride something your own size with today’s Groupon: £12.50 for a day at the stables pony experience with two 60 minute lessons at Faughanvale Stables.
Set in 70 acres of lush Greysteel countryside, Faughanvale Stables saddles up with atmospheric indoor and outdoor horse riding experiences for all levels of rider. Leading customers with lessons for novice to advanced riders, the centre’s team gallops through cross country trails and two outdoor arenas with spectacularly green views of the Lough Foyle estuary. Catering to youngsters with membership to The Pony Club, the stables also provide an indoor ring with heated viewing gallery for competitions and happy trail riding during rainier days.
Kids chomping at the bit to immerse themselves in the lives of pretty ponies can run free with a day-long equestrian experience, beginning with a 60 minute riding lesson. Sitting atop one of the centre’s friendly creatures, children will learn about the tricks of technique before stepping down to groom their steed. Helping with the maintenance of their pony’s stall, youngsters can also learn how to tack up with saddles and leads before embarking on the second 60 minute lesson of the day, or if the weather's good, they can go rogue on a trek.