Horseriding has been a favourite hobby of children all over the world for generations. Birmingham is lucky to have some excellent horseriding facilities that cater for children and adults, complete beginners, novices and professionals, plus riders with a disability and even autism. If you are seeking horseriding centres in Birmingham, here’s where to find them.
South of the City
Hole Farm Trekking Centre, Woodgate Valley Country Park, Bartley Green Woodgate Valley Country Park, Clapgate Lane, Bartley Green, Birmingham, B32 3DS Website
British Horse Society Approved Centre.
30 British native ponies and horses available for riding and trekking, plus learning to ride.
The centre is set on 65 acres of grazing pasture and 400 acres of country park.
Offers riding for the disabled and Pony Club, plus children’s parties.
Offers lessons for children aged 6 and over, plus adults.
Arena lessons plus off-road hacking throughout 80 acres of countryside.
Over 40 horses and ponies to suit all riding levels.
Offers a new communication system for riders and instructors, with head sets and hands free instructor microphones, making for a quieter and more focused riding experience, both in the arena and out in the open.
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