01494 881939

The Grove Riding School

01494 881939

Courses and Events

Upcoming Events

Own a Pony Mornings:

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, warm clothes, Sunscreen (!) and come have some  fun!

All days start at 9.30 and finish at 12.00 | £70


Summer Courses :


Own A Pony Mornings -

LR  (Lead Rein)

Off LR (Off Lead Rein)

O/O (Open Order)

L2C (Learn to Canter)

L2J (Learn to Jump)


30th July Off LR

1st August O/O

2nd August LR

8th August LR

9th August L2C

16th August LR 

20th August O/O

22nd August LR

23rd August Off LR

27th August LR


Meet The Ponies -

1.30 - 3 pm for 3years old and over £50

8th August

22nd August 


Activity Mornings - 

 6th August Horse Agility (O/O or above) 

 13th August Have A Go at Horseball 

15th August Drill Riding (O/O or above)


Hacks -

3pm 1 1/2 hours £65 (Canter or above) 

14th August

28th August 


Combined Training -

Dressage and Jumping training and competition over 2 days

25th/26th July

29th/30th August 



ABRS Test Days -

tbc once demand for other days established


These are a great way to learn about horse handling and care. Understanding how horses work can greatly improve your riding!
Stable Mangt/ Equitation A-E
 Stable Mangt/ Equitation 1-10
 Equestrian Care (Helper Certificates)
A-E is suitable for those on Lead Rein, Off Lead Rein, Open Order and L2C classes
1-10 for L2C and above

Courses will run from 9.30 - 12.30  and cost £75 to include the test, certificate charged seperately. 

Equestrian Care for existing helpers only will cost £20 just to cover exam fees etc




Clear Round Jumping - 


Pay per round, Rosettes for each clear round!









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.