Written on: 10/07/2012
These stables are a lovely place to learn to ride as a begginer. Before you go in lessons they take you out on walk outs with about 5 others. It was great fun and it helped you to learn to trot an steer confidently before you move up to the lessons. However with my freind she was on the Saturday walk outs and I find that the helpers on Saturday are not as help full freindly an don't teach you as much as the ones on Sunday which is when I went. If you do go then go on sundays as you learn nothimg on saturday walk outs. After the walkouts they move you up into lessons. They are very good and instead of rushing through to start jumping they teach you your balance e=with no hands or stirrups. around the world and of course lots of changes of reins trotting and the occaisoinal canter. However as you improve the Teaching is not very good. There is a lack of space in lessons. I could not be moved up because of this. I went on to private lesson taught by ann ( the other was Hannah with brown hair) and they were the same as the group lessons but the teacher was not as good and I stopped learning. The ponies that I could ride size wise there were 5 Barney Blue Missy Megan and Bridie but 3 of those are retired and now there are only 2 Barney and Blue and the only one that was a good pony that I could ride properly Was called Barney. It used to be great but as I got better it got worse so woth regret I have now left. i would only reccomend to an inexperienced friend.
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