England Horse Riding Schools
| England Horse Riding Schools
There is nothing more majestic in this world than feeling the breeze hit your face as your steed gallops on upon endless green meadows waiting to march into the sunset. However there is nothing more risky if not embarrassing than falling off your steed while it gallops into the sunset dragging you by the feet that are stuck in its reins.
Jokes apart, horse riding is no cake walk for the untrained hands (and feet). One needs months of training and equal time dedicated to practice before they can gallop into the sunset without ending up with broken bones in the process. So lets look at some options we have to learn the disciplining art of horse riding.
Adelwood Equestrian Centre
Adelwood Equestrian Centre is conveniently located in Adel, Leeds, just off the Ring Road. The beautiful countryside, an abundance of woodlands and endless green fields make the experience soothing as well as enlightening. Training is provided by registered instructors all proficient in the skill.
A fixed number of rides everyday are allotted to allow learners of all ages and proficiency levels to get accustomed to different breeds and their nuances. Moreover interaction with fellow learners makes the experience all the more enjoyable and comfortable.
Barleyfields Equestrian Centre
Bardwell Manor Equestrian Centre is a bit different from the Adelwood centre on two practical accounts. Firstly they have indoor facilities as well to continue lessons in punishing weather. Secondly they not only have lessons but official competitions all through the year to help accelerate learning by instilling a healthy competitive spirit.
Bentley Riding School
Bentley is one of the more long established riding schools, approved by the British Horse Society, for those who prefer time tested schools of learning. Situated midway between Ipswich and Colchester.
This school boasts a large indoor arena for year round, all weather tuition, and fine off the road riding through woods, tracks and fields. The horses are trained for different levels of difficulty in handling to help a learner progress step by step.
For those who are interested in more established agencies of equestrian instruction there are the likes of Bradfield Riding Centre or Brooklands Equestrian. That however is a matter of choice and economy for a horse riding lesson in England is not that easy on the pocket. However if you want a more economy friendly options there is always the hard way, that is on a farm.