Stainsby Grange is dedicated to providing a high standard of horse riding instruction for adults and children.
We offer group horse riding for all levels, semi-private, or private one to one tuition.
All staff have current First Aid training, Safeguarding children and DBS checks.
Due to our ever increasing waiting list for childrens riding lessons we are running a 6 week beginner course on a Sunday morning. From complete beginner to novice. Certificate and Rosette on completion. Course must be paid in full in advance. Limited spaces (max 5 per ride) on completion riders will have the opportunity to move into existing lessons and pay weekly thereafter. For dates and time please contact Jade on 07525723098.
RIDING SCHOOL OPTIONS
Stainsby Grange provide horses and ponies that are as safe as possible while maintaining an enjoyable and fun attitude to riding and learning equestrianism at all levels.
Although we take all reasonable precautions for your safety, you must accept that riding horses is a risk sport.
Your first lesson at Stainsby Grange will involve completing a client registration form and induction notice which will tell us what your experience with horses is and also any medical conditions that we need to know about (this may affect the horse we put you on).
Available for 4 – 6 years old £10 per child
Walks include a 15 minute journey around Stainsby Grange and a mini lesson – parent participation needed. Maximum 3 at a time
Why not treat your child to a pony party at Stainsby Grange:-
6 – 8 children to include half hour fun games lesson and half hour grooming session.
Then to the party room for YOUR OWN pony party food. (not including birthday cake) £15 per child
24 hours you don’t have to pay
12 hours you have to pay half the lesson price
Hat (available to hire 50p) Should be to the latest standard (currently BSEN1384 or PAS015)
Should be well fitting and in good repair. Strong shoes with a small heel will do but it is advisable to buy jodhpur boots or long riding boots as soon as you are riding on a regular basis. Trainers, muckers or wellies are unsafe to ride in.
Make riding more comfortable but can easily be replaced with trousers so long as they are not too loose or restrictive in any way
Necessary in cold weather when worn it must be fastened, loose flapping coats and scarves can be frightening to your horse.
Optional if worn must be well fitting and comfortable