Horse Riding For One (£19.50) or Two (£38) With Two Course Lunch at Pinkmead Farm Equestrian Centre (Up to 54% Off)
- Riding school and livery stables
- British Horse Society approved
- Fully licenced restaurant, bar, and beer garden on-site
- One hour horse riding session with two course lunch
- Suitable for all abilities
- Main course and dessert each
- Dishes include home-made lasagne, and goats’ cheese tart
- Small groups of up to 10
- Suitable for ages 4 and above
Limit 1 per 1 or 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. New clients only. Max. group size 10. Must be 4 or older. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Max. weight 16 stone. Riding times may vary. Groups may vary in age and ability. Valid for a set lunch menu of main and dessert. Valid Mon-Fri 11.30am-12.30pm with lunch afterwards. Original value based on 1 hour group lesson and most expensive lunch options. Valid for option purchased only. Original values verified 8 May 2012 at 1.10pm.
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Famed for their tendency to channel hop, television-loving horses can often be found show-jumping. Tune into equestrian entertainment with today's Groupon from Pinkmead Farm Equestrian Centre. Choose from the following options:• £19.50 for a one hour horse riding session for one with a two course lunch (Up to 52% off)
• £38 for a one hour horse riding session for two with a two course lunch (Up to 54% off)
Taking taste buds for a refreshing trot, this British Horse Society approved centre couples its stable of equestrian activities with a fully licenced restaurant. The Pinkmead Farm team saddles up for tutorials ranging from coltish beginners’ classes to show-jumping sessions, and takes the reins of a busy events calendar. Boasting outdoor and all-weather facilities, the centre puts youngsters and grown-ups alike on the bridle path, while also catering for stag, hen, and birthday party rides.
Stepping into the stirrups for this one hour session, participants aged four and over can hone their cantering skills in groups of up to 10. The on-hand instructor will lead riders through a slew of routines and exercises, after which hungry visitors may trot over to the restaurant for a two course lunch. Taking seats amid traditional surrounds, diners can tuck into delights such as whole-tail scampi or a home-made lasagne (£10.95), before treating sweet teeth to a choice of dessert (£5).