01494 881939

The Grove Riding School

01494 881939

Courses and Events

Courses & Events

At Grove we run regular courses during the school holidays, along with camps during the summer and a range of evening events throughout the year. 

All you need to do is to arrive in your riding clothes with a packed lunch and, depending on the time of year, some sunscreen or a warm dry coat!

Own A Pony Morning | £60

9.30 till 12

These events are your chance to spend the day at the yard looking after your very own pony for the day; feeding, mucking out, riding, grooming, all the good stuff!! 

Ask your instructor which course best suits you, bring your lunch and come have some  fun!

 upcoming schedule

Activity Days £60


  • Le Trec
  • Mounted games
  • Horseball
  • Cross Country


Parents ... this one's for you. Why not make use of the summer weather and have some fun of your own for a change?

We have acess to a beautiful country estate and can go to areas normally not available for public access so come along bring some friends and lets go for a ride!

Hey if it's in the evening, who knows, we may even fit in a drink at the pub!

Sumer Camp ActivitySummer Camp | A 5 Day Course for those Aged 12 and Over. 5 days with the horses looking after your own designated school horse and learning all about how to care for them including:

  • Competitions
  • Trips out
  • Tonnes of lessons and chances to ride
  • Camping overnight
  • Make new friends
  • Midnight feasts

The course is limited to over 12s and you must be confident in canter, but other than that everyone welcome?

Mini Camp | 3 Own a Pony Days in a Row | 

Just like summer camp but for the younger ones (you get to sleep in your own bed) . This course is limited to over 6's off lead rein and above. Ideally you will be one of our regular riders but all welcome.

Click here for our upcoming schedule.

ABRSThe Grove Riding School is an approved member of the British Association of Riding Schools. As an 'approved school' we have been inspected and found to be satisfactory by one of the national Approved Schemes. The Association of British Riding Schools conducts such a scheme, setting a high standard for horse care and requires to be satisfied that the instruction given is well presented and correct in content.