One Hour Horse Riding Lesson (£10) Plus One Hour Trek or Hack (£19) at Harelaw Equestrian Centre (Up to 62% Off)
- Stables with indoor sand-school
- Gosford Estate location
- Close to Longniddry rail station
- One hour riding lesson in the sand-school
- Option to include trek or hack in surrounding countryside
- Includes helmet hire
- Suitable for all levels
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required quoting Groupon voucher codes. 72 hour cancellation policy. 1 reschedule permitted only. Must present voucher on arrival. Valid Tue-Thu 11am-7pm. Must be aged 4 or older. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Maximum weight limit for riders is 15 stone. Helmet hire included. Max. 10 per group. Lesson and hack must be taken on separate dates. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified on 17 April 2012 at 11:04am.
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Saddles are not to be confused with paddles, as although both are equipment used in outdoor sports, only one will bring a horse to water. Whet your appetite for riding with today's Groupon from Harelaw Equestrian Centre. Choose from the following options:• £10 for a one hour horse riding lesson (60% off)
• £19 for a one hour horse riding lesson and a trek or hack (62% off)
Patrolling the grounds of Gosford Estate, Harelaw Equestrian Centre is home to a selection of ponies with an indoor school for all-weather riding to boot. Lessons range from private one-on-ones to group sand-school giddy-ups, as well as hacks and treks around the surrounding woodlands. Saddled-up for all levels of rider, the horses are suitable for beginners through to cowboy and cowgirl pros, with experts afforded the opportunity to stampede across the nearby beaches.
Donning the helmets and grabbing the reins, horse-back hankers can enjoy an hour lesson in the sand school. Once acquainting the rider with their steed, the instructors will give guidance to the group, which will comprise no more than 10 saddle surfers. Lessons are conducted according to ability levels, so from learning the basic ropes to perfecting gallops, instructors can trot through correct postures. Those that fancy a further hour can sign up for a trek or hack and pass through the gateway for a horseback gander at the countryside.