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“What's the issue!”

Written on: 11/04/2014

You really cannot do anything right at this yard!
I loan and am always hearing staff comment, about people going to other stables. Not sure what the issue is, they either need to shut up and be quite or they'll lose business!

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Mayla10's Comment

Written on: 20/04/2014

Completely agree with what you said! If you're paying money to ride at their school they should be happy! It has gone down in my eyes thats why l left and now ride elsewhere in a riding school where you are respected, not judged and the best thing there is only ever a maximum of six per lesson!

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Lauraadams05's Comment

Written on: 22/02/2015

What's sad is that I don't think that your comments will ever be acted upon. I doubt that even The Fixer, would succeed in getting through to those who need to be told. For your future riding lessons I would suggest Havering Park Riding School as a good alternative. You get a good hour (sometimes an hour and a quarter) for £25.00 and I like the way people use "please" and "thank you" when they take your money and speak to you generally. The indoor school is probably larger than the one at Eastminster and the outdoor school is a good size and has a nice surface (not sand). Hacking is mainly in the woods or along farm tracks and there's quite a variety - much more than you'd get in the country park. One of the proprietors at HPRS is active in the organisational side of the Association of British Riding Schools and I always think that ABRS accreditation is more rigorous than any other. The people who teach have, mostly, competed at a very high level and have won on a regular basis at national level in dressage.

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