Two Hour Horse Riding Lesson For One (£19), Two (£35), or Four (£59) People at Raybrook Farm Livery
- 12 acre farm teaching all aspects of horsemanship
- Horse training, riding lessons, and livery services available
- Brookmans Park location
- Two hour horse or pony riding lesson for one, two, or four
- Lessons include grooming, tacking up, and trotting
- Riding hats provided
Limit 1 per 1, 2, or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid Thu-Tue. Must be 6 or older. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Riders must fill out registration form. Maximum weight of 16 stone. Parties of 4 cannot have more than one person over 6 feet tall. No lace-up shoes or trainers.
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Horses are renowned as poor secretary choices due to their long faces, clumsy typing skills, and a tendency to close filing cabinet drawers with donkey kicks. Gallop away from the office with today's Groupon for a two hour horse riding lesson at Raybrook Farm Livery. Choose from the following options:• £19 for one person
• £35 for two people
• £59 for four people
Assisting equestrians of six and above to climb the stirrups with confidence, Raybrook Farm Livery helps riders with all aspects of horsemanship. The team are located on a 12 acre green belt, where horse training, pony riding lessons, and full or part-livery services come under their capable reins. A jumping arena and mini cross-country course give fully-fledged trotters plenty to think about, while a 50 foot pen is on hand for children to get to grips with things safely .
Arriving at the farm in fours, twos, or as single riders, guests are encouraged to gain a more refined understanding of all hoofed issues. The two hour lesson assists with learning the correct grooming methods, before guests are invited to try their hand at tacking up. Enthusiasts can then lead their horse to the menage, or school, where all riding basics are coached with confidence. The instructor is happy to accompany guests on horseback, but when ready equestrians can trot unaided for the remainder of the lesson.