Two Hour Group Horse Riding Session for £20 at Kailzie Equestrian Centre (60% Off)
- Range of horses and lessons
- Countryside location
- Home to Shetland ponies of different abilities
- 30 minute lesson plus 90 minute beginners' trek or advanced hack
- Suitable for all ages and abilities
- £30 off next 2 hour session
- Valid during Easter school holiday
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 72 hour cancellation policy. Only one reschedule permitted. Valid Mon-Fri 10am-8pm during March; Mon-Fri 10am-9pm throughout April. Must be 4 and over. Lesson and trek/hack must be taken in one session. Max. 10 riders per group. Must wear suitable clothes and shoes.
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After tiring days of gallivanting around the stables, exhausted horses are often seen hitting the hay. Canter-act their sleepiness with today’s Groupon: £20 for two hours of horse riding at Kailzie Equestrian Centre.
Welcoming rookies and seasoned riders alike, this equestrian playground is home to Shetland ponies and 18 hands-high giants, who team up with riders to hack across Scotland’s sprawling countryside. Stables are full to the rafters with horses who enjoy jumping, jaunting and wholeheartedly galloping their way to help out beginners. The treks and tracks cover hilltop canters, local forest and countryside adventures as well as the occasional beach excursion. Based just outside of Peebles, the centre sits a half hour jaunt outside Edinburgh, inviting equine enthusiasts from the city to giddy up a short way to get settled in the saddle.
Beginning their horsey adventure in groups of up to ten, riders can enjoy a 30 minute lesson to establish experience levels and gain a sense for the stallions. For the remaining 90 minutes, budding beginner jockeys can choose to trot off on a trek where they will be lead along the way or a hack which is designed for the more experienced of riders, who feel comfortable trotting and cantering. Helmets are included, meaning that all saddle sitters need to bring is enthusiasm and a smile bigger than their horses.