Grooming, stroking or just watching from afar. Experience the benefits of horse interaction and the soothing effects of being around our wonderful ponies.
Learning how to look after horses and ponies. Sessions include feeding, grooming, horse behaviour and day to day care.
A hands on session including potting plants, setting seeds and learning about caring for our garden as well as it's inhabitants.
From bird watching and bug hunting to nature walks and crafts, this session is for those wanting to unwind from the stresses of the day in the beauty of our natural surroundings.
To get the most out of your sessions, we do have an application process. We will ask you for information relating to the reason for your visit and any health or behaviour concerns we need to be made aware of. This is completed in strict confidence prior to your visit.
For horse related sessions, we recommend a 6 or 12 week programme. This gives our ponies a better chance to learn more about you.
What to expect
For all first sessions, there will be a safety briefing and a brief tour of the site.
Please arrive promptly to your session to ensure any outstanding paperwork can be completed and safety equipment fitted.
You will be greeted by a member of our team who will talk you through your session agenda.
What to wear
We can supply riding hats for those wishing to handle the ponies.
Sensible, closed toe footwear is essential. Wet weather boots are recommend on rainy days.
Please dress suitably for the weather. Long trousers are recommended.
Any individual dressed inappropriately will not be allowed on site.
Sessions can go ahead in most weathers, however, there are occasions where we may need to cancel or change an activity due to extreme conditions. Where possible, we will contact you prior to your session to arrange this.
Our centre is a working yard where our horses needs are met first.
Please be advised that there are patches of uneven or muddy ground along with electric fencing and gates.
Please help us to help you by keeping gates closed and keeping to the designated areas.