Upcoming Events


Sep
24
Fri
Riding Lessons
Sep 24 @ 10:00 am – 7:30 pm

 

Welcome to Lodge Farm Riding School, Mill Lane, Wetley Rocks, ST9 0BN

Information for Riders:

ALL Assessment Lessons must be booked & paid for In Advance. All new clients will have to book an induction which will involve filling in the necessary forms and checking Height & Weight before you are able to book your first lesson.

Cancellation Policy:

 

All lessons must be paid in full, in advance at the time of booking – Any cancelations must be made with 24 hours prior notice. Lessons can be rebooked at this time however any later than this the money will be forfeited. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Any queries please contact Debbie on

07496565521

 

Tuition:

All new clients will need to attend for an assessment lesson and will be required to fill in a RRF (rider registration form)

 

  • Our current RIDER WEIGHT LIMIT is 13 stone (82.5 kilos) this is subject to change.

 

  • We aim to provide you with a horse/pony suited to the individual rider’s needs. Pupils are grouped according to ability and are encouraged to progress.

 

  • Your choice to ride is voluntary. We take care to provide suitable horses and ponies for our clients and we will do our utmost to keep you safe, however, horses and ponies may sometimes be unpredictable. Personal insurance is recommended
  • . All Riders ride at their own risk.

 

  • All our instructors’ hold recognised teaching qualifications within the BHS (British Horse Society) or RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association) .There may also be some Trainee Instructors taking supervised lessons.

 

 

 

 

Supervision and Safety:

  • All our staff and trainees are given training in safety procedures including what to do in the event of an accident or fire and hold Safeguarding Qualifications. There are qualified first aiders on the premises at all times.They also receive regular on-going ‘in-house’ and external training.

 

  • Children will be supervised by qualified staff whilst they are participating in lessons.
  • Children will not be supervised outside their allocated lesson time – this is the responsibility of the accompanying parent, guardian or carer.

 

 

  • Clients arriving for lessons should wait in the gallery until met by your instructor or a member of staff.

 

  • Clients should not enter the arena or stable area unless accompanied by an instructor. Paddocks are strictly out of bounds at all times.

 

 

  • An incident book is kept at the Equestrian Centre for the recording of minor accidents by staff, trainees and clients.

 

Clothing:

  • Correctly fitting hats with attached 3 point fastening, to a current BSI standard MUST be worn (securely fastened) at all times when riding or handling horses or ponies. Hats can be borrowed from the Riding School.

 

  • Comfortable trousers or jodhpurs are recommended (not jeans).

 

  • Boots or shoes with smooth soles and small heels – NO wellingtons or trainers.

 

  • Gloves MUST be worn.

 

  • Warm, waterproof clothing must be worn in cold, wet weather.

 

  • A body protector which meets the current BETA (British Equestrian Trade.

Body Protector Standard is strongly recommended, and is mandatory for cross country/arena event lessons.

 

  • All long hair MUST be tied back in a low pony tail, plait or hairnet – NOloose hair.

 

  • High-visibility /reflective safety wear MUST be worn when riding or leading on the road and when hacking out.

 

  • Jewellery should NOT be worn: hooped or drop earrings, bracelets, large rings and necklaces (and all body piercings), can be a hazard and for your safety should be REMOVED while riding or handling horses.

 

  • We have the right, on the grounds of health & safety, to refuse a rider if suitable clothing is not worn when riding.

Regular or ‘One-off’ Lessons, Stable Management Training, University & School Groups or Hacks can also be arranged Any Weekday from 10.00 am onwards – please contact the Riding School Manager to arrange.

Riders wishing to Hack must first arrange an Assessment Lesson and All Hacks will be Escorted – NO UNACCOMPANIED HORSE HIRE.

Prices:

15 minutes walkabouts – £12.00

 

Half Hour Private Lessons – £28.00

 

1 Hour Adults Private Lesson – £45.00

 

Half Hour Semi-private Lessons £22.00 per rider

 

Half Hour group lessons £17.00 per rider

 

One Hour Group Lesson (max eight Riders) £28.00 per rider

 

One Hour Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £28.00

 

One Hour Semi Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £22.00 each

 

One Hour Small Group Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £17.00 each

 

Pony Club Badge Training Saturdays £23.00 (Must be Pony Club Centre Member):

 

 

 

Riding School Contact Details:

Email – info@lodgefarmriding.co.ukoo

Riding School- 07496565521

Riding School Office – 01782 551961

Lodge Farm Shop – 01782551000

Events – Dressage and showing Nat Price – 07866 658439

Centre Manager: Debbie – 07496565521

Sep
25
Sat
Pony Club
Sep 25 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

 

The Pony Club at Lodge Farm.

Lodge Farm Equestrian Centre is a Linked Centre for Pony Club National.

Centre Membership of the Pony Club is designed for Riders without their own horse or pony or without transport but who wish to take part in Pony Club Activities. Open to anyone aged under 24 years.

Membership Benefits Include:

  • Improving your Riding and Horse Care
  • Complete a range of Pony Club Tests and Achievement Badges
  • Competition Opportunities
  • All Members receive third party personal liability insurance – & a Quarterly Magazine !
  • Learning, Friendship and Fun !

How Much does Membership Cost ?

  • Centre Membership costs £36.00 a year
  • Badge Training every Saturday at Lodge Farm (9.00-3.00) costs £23.00

Pick up a Membership Application Form Today !

www.pcuk.org –enquiries@pcuk.org

Sally Wilson Area Eventing Clinic
Sep 25 @ 10:00 am – 1:15 pm
I am offering the opportunity to taste and share my passion and thrill of eventing with our own show jump and cross country obstacles.
I am a senior level 4 BHS coach with experienceof competing upto BE Novice on my own homebred and produced horses.
Ideal for riders wanting to try eventing for the first time, those who want to gain confidence and more experienced riders wanting to improve technique.
We are offering 1hr groups @£28 each up to 4 riders. Discounted @£25 each if book on 3 or more clinic dates
10am grouo 1
11am group 2
12.15 junior riders
1.15 private sessions 1/2 hr @£25 or 3/4hr @£35
FUTURE DATES ARE 22ND MAY, 19TH JUNE, 24TH JULY, 28TH AUGUST 28TH SEPTEMBER
Will group according to requirements setting heights at 50cm, 75cm and 90cm
Please feel free to contact me to discuss your needs or ring Lodge 07496 565521 or 01782 551961
Riding Lessons
Sep 25 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

 

Welcome to Lodge Farm Riding School, Mill Lane, Wetley Rocks, ST9 0BN

Information for Riders:

ALL Assessment Lessons must be booked & paid for In Advance. All new clients will have to book an induction which will involve filling in the necessary forms and checking Height & Weight before you are able to book your first lesson.

Cancellation Policy:

 

All lessons must be paid in full, in advance at the time of booking – Any cancelations must be made with 24 hours prior notice. Lessons can be rebooked at this time however any later than this the money will be forfeited. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Any queries please contact Debbie on

07496565521

 

Tuition:

All new clients will need to attend for an assessment lesson and will be required to fill in a RRF (rider registration form)

 

  • Our current RIDER WEIGHT LIMIT is 13 stone (82.5 kilos) this is subject to change.

 

  • We aim to provide you with a horse/pony suited to the individual rider’s needs. Pupils are grouped according to ability and are encouraged to progress.

 

  • Your choice to ride is voluntary. We take care to provide suitable horses and ponies for our clients and we will do our utmost to keep you safe, however, horses and ponies may sometimes be unpredictable. Personal insurance is recommended
  • . All Riders ride at their own risk.

 

  • All our instructors’ hold recognised teaching qualifications within the BHS (British Horse Society) or RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association) .There may also be some Trainee Instructors taking supervised lessons.

 

 

 

 

Supervision and Safety:

  • All our staff and trainees are given training in safety procedures including what to do in the event of an accident or fire and hold Safeguarding Qualifications. There are qualified first aiders on the premises at all times.They also receive regular on-going ‘in-house’ and external training.

 

  • Children will be supervised by qualified staff whilst they are participating in lessons.
  • Children will not be supervised outside their allocated lesson time – this is the responsibility of the accompanying parent, guardian or carer.

 

 

  • Clients arriving for lessons should wait in the gallery until met by your instructor or a member of staff.

 

  • Clients should not enter the arena or stable area unless accompanied by an instructor. Paddocks are strictly out of bounds at all times.

 

 

  • An incident book is kept at the Equestrian Centre for the recording of minor accidents by staff, trainees and clients.

 

Clothing:

  • Correctly fitting hats with attached 3 point fastening, to a current BSI standard MUST be worn (securely fastened) at all times when riding or handling horses or ponies. Hats can be borrowed from the Riding School.

 

  • Comfortable trousers or jodhpurs are recommended (not jeans).

 

  • Boots or shoes with smooth soles and small heels – NO wellingtons or trainers.

 

  • Gloves MUST be worn.

 

  • Warm, waterproof clothing must be worn in cold, wet weather.

 

  • A body protector which meets the current BETA (British Equestrian Trade.

Body Protector Standard is strongly recommended, and is mandatory for cross country/arena event lessons.

 

  • All long hair MUST be tied back in a low pony tail, plait or hairnet – NOloose hair.

 

  • High-visibility /reflective safety wear MUST be worn when riding or leading on the road and when hacking out.

 

  • Jewellery should NOT be worn: hooped or drop earrings, bracelets, large rings and necklaces (and all body piercings), can be a hazard and for your safety should be REMOVED while riding or handling horses.

 

  • We have the right, on the grounds of health & safety, to refuse a rider if suitable clothing is not worn when riding.

Regular or ‘One-off’ Lessons, Stable Management Training, University & School Groups or Hacks can also be arranged Any Weekday from 10.00 am onwards – please contact the Riding School Manager to arrange.

Riders wishing to Hack must first arrange an Assessment Lesson and All Hacks will be Escorted – NO UNACCOMPANIED HORSE HIRE.

Prices:

15 minutes walkabouts – £12.00

 

Half Hour Private Lessons – £28.00

 

1 Hour Adults Private Lesson – £45.00

 

Half Hour Semi-private Lessons £22.00 per rider

 

Half Hour group lessons £17.00 per rider

 

One Hour Group Lesson (max eight Riders) £28.00 per rider

 

One Hour Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £28.00

 

One Hour Semi Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £22.00 each

 

One Hour Small Group Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £17.00 each

 

Pony Club Badge Training Saturdays £23.00 (Must be Pony Club Centre Member):

 

 

 

Riding School Contact Details:

Email – info@lodgefarmriding.co.ukoo

Riding School- 07496565521

Riding School Office – 01782 551961

Lodge Farm Shop – 01782551000

Events – Dressage and showing Nat Price – 07866 658439

Centre Manager: Debbie – 07496565521

Sep
26
Sun
Lodge Farm Showing Show
Sep 26 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

SHOWING & WORKING HUNTER

 SHOW

26th September

JUDGES: Lady Elizabeth Taylor & Jo Stringer

 

ALL CLASSES ARE £10 PER CLASS PRE ENTRY

ON THE DAY £14

EXCLUDING VHS REGIONAL CLASSES

£12 PRE-ENTRY & £16 ON THE DAY

 

 

 

 

 

Veteran Horse Society – REGIONAL FINAL 2021.

 

Second round qualifier for the Veteran Horse Society Supreme Final:

VETERAN HORSE OF THE YEAR 2021 (now incorporating Scotland)

Kindly Sponsored by Allen & Page.

 

 

Spectators are very welcome & The Arena Café will be open for drinks & refreshments throughout the day – Please contact Natalie – 07534946602

 

Ring One: SHOWING (OUTDOOR ARENA) (Classes Start at 10.00)

 

Class 1: Complete Beginners Showing- Open to Horses or Ponies – Riders any age including Lead Reins, class may be split (16 years & under and over 16 – as of 1st January 2021) if sufficient entries.  SNAFFLE BRIDLE ONLY

Class 2: Novice Rider, Pony or Horses -Open to Horses/ponies, all new or nervous riders. Riders any age including Lead Reins SNAFFLE BRIDLE ONLY

Class 3: Green Horse or Pony- Open to Horses or Ponies 6 years and under – Riders any age, class may be split (16 years & under and over 16 – as of 1st January 2021) if sufficient entries.

IN CLASSES 1-3 Correct standard Hat, Boots & Jodhpurs must be worn; Jackets not necessary, but rider’s arms must be covered. NO CANTERING ON COLLECTIVE ‘GO ROUND’ AND NOT NECESSARY IN THE INDIVIDUAL SHOW.

 

Class 4: Riding Horse –Open to Horses exceeding 148cms. Riders any age

 

Class 5: Ridden Hunter – Open to Horses to exceeding 153cms. Riders any age

 

Class 6: Ridden Coloured- Piebald or Skewbald- Open to Horses and Ponies. Riders any age, will be split if sufficient entries

Class 7: Ridden Alternative Coloured –Open to spotted, Palomino, Dun, Blagdon & solid Open to Horses and Ponies. Riders any age.

 

Class 8: Ridden Traditional, native, Cob –Open to Horses and Ponies. to Be shown in natural or hogged, Riders any age

 

Class 9: Best Junior Rider – 16 years & under, Snaffle bridle only

 

Class 10: Best Senior Rider – 17 years & over, snaffle bridle only

 

LUNCH BREAK – CLASS 11 NOT TO START BEFORE 13.00PM

Class 11:Tiny Tots Lead Rein -Open to Ponies 12.2hh and under, Rider 5 years and under Snaffle Bridle Only & Lead Rein must be attached to the Nose Band. No cantering.

 

Class 12: Best Lead Rein Rider- Open to Ponies 12.2hh and under, Rider 9 years and under Snaffle Bridle Only & Lead Rein must be attached to the Nose Band. No cantering.

 

Class 13: Lead Rein Pony– Open to Ponies 12.2hh and under, Rider 9 years and under, Snaffle Bridle Only & Lead Rein must be attached to the Nose Band. No cantering.

 

Class 14: Mountain & Moorland Lead Rein Pony Open to Ponies 12.2hh and under, Rider 9 years and under, Snaffle Bridle Only & Lead Rein must be attached to the Nose Band. No cantering.

 

Class 15:First Year First Ridden – Open to Ponies 12.2hh and under, Rider 12 years and Snaffle Bridle Only. No CANTERING ON COLLECTIVE ‘GO ROUND’  

 

Class 16: First Ridden – Open to Ponies 12.2hh and under, Rider 12 years and Snaffle Bridle Only. No CANTERING ON COLLECTIVE ‘GO ROUND’ 

 

Class 17: Ridden Riding/Show Pony – Riders 16 years and under. Ponies not exceed 148cms. Class will be split if suffient entries.

Class 18: Ridden Show Hunter Pony – Riders any age, Ponies not to exceed 153cms class will be split if suffient entries

Class 19: Ridden Mountain & Moorland (Small Breeds)

Riders any age,

Class 20: Ridden Mountain & Moorland (Large Breeds)

Open to Horses or Ponies. Riders any age,

 

Class 21: Ridden Part-bred- Open to all Part-Bred Horses or Ponies. Riders any age,

 

Class 22: Ridden Open- Open to Horses or Ponies. Riders any age including lead reins

 

Ridden Championship- 1st & 2nd from each class go forward to this championship

 

In all non restricted age classes the rider must be a suitable height and weight for the Pony or Horse.

 

RING TWO: SHOWING (GRASS) (Classes Start at 10.00am)

Class 23: Native & Non Native Young stock: Yearlings, Two & Three year olds – Open to any breed Colt, Filly or Gelding. Stallions MUST be bitted and must be handled by 16 years and over as of the 1st January 2021)

 

Class 24: In-Hand Shetland / Miniatures -Handlers any age. Stallions must be bitted and must be handled by 14years and over, will be split if sufficient entries

 

Class 25: In-Hand Mountain & Moorland – Small Breeds

 

Class 26: In-Hand Mountain & Moorland – Large Breeds

 

Class 27: In Hand Veteran Horse or Pony, 15 years and over – VHS REGIONAL QUALIFIER

 

CLASS 27A DIAMOND VETERAN IN-HAND (25 years and over). Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height. Highest placed registered M&M to qualify forward to the M&M Supreme Final – at the judges discretion.    
CLASS 27B VETERAN IN-HAND (20–24 years). Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height. Highest placed registered M&M to qualify forward to the M&M Supreme Final – at the judges discretion.    
CLASS 27C PRE-VETERAN IN-HAND (15–19 years). Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height. Highest placed registered M&M to qualify forward to the M&M Supreme Final – at the judges discretion.    

Class 28: In-Hand Riding/ Racehorse type – Open to Horses or Ponies any age and height .

Class 29: In-Hand Coloured, Piebald & SkewbaldOpen to Horses and Ponies, Handlers any age

Class 30: In Hand Alternative Coloured Open to spotted, Palomino, Dun, Blagdon & solid Open to Horses and Ponies. Handlers any age.

 Class 31: In Hand Hunter type -Open to Horses and Ponies, Handlers any age

Class 32: In-Hand Traditional, Native Cob- Open to Horses and Ponies, to be shown in Natural or hogged. Handlers any age

LUNCH BREAK – CLASS 33 NOT TO START BEFORE 13.00PM

 

Class 33: Ridden Veteran Horse or Pony 15 years and overVHS REGIONAL QUALIFIER-

CLASS 33A DIAMOND VETERAN RIDDEN (25 years and over). Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height. Highest placed registered M&M to qualify forward to the M&M Supreme Final – at the judges discretion.    
CLASS 33B VETERAN RIDDEN (20–24 years). Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height. Highest placed registered M&M to qualify forward to the M&M Supreme Final – at the judges discretion.    
CLASS 33C PRE-VETERAN RIDDEN (15–19 years). Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height. Highest placed registered M&M to qualify forward to the M&M Supreme Final – at the judges discretion.     

Class 34: Young Handler – 10 years and under- (as of the 1st January 2021) (Children may be assisted by an adult)

 

Class 35: Young Handler – 11years -16 years – (as of the 1st January 2021)

 

Class 36: Bonny Horse or Pony – Any Breed or type (Children may be assisted by an adult),

 

Class 37: In-Hand Part- Bred- Open to all Part Bred Breeds, Any age.

 

Class 38: Open in Hand – Open to all breeds Horses and Ponies, Handlers any age.

 

IN HAND CHAMPIONSHIP-1st & 2nd from each class go forward to this championship

 

Working Hunter Clear Round – £6.00 a round (£1.00 extra for a rosette)

 

Class 39: Working Hunter Nursery Stakes – Fences Approx 45cms:  Open to horses and ponies – Not to have been placed first or second in any Working Hunter Class as of January 2021.

Class 40: Novice Working Hunter – Fences Approx 60cms: Open to horses and ponies. Riders any age, but must be a suitable height and weight for their pony – class may be split (16 years & under and over 16 – as of 1st January 2021) if sufficient entries.

 

Class 41: Mountain & Moorland Working Hunter – Fences Approx 60cms : Riders any age, but must be a suitable height and weight for their pony

                                                                                                                       

Class 42: Working Hunter Pony or Horse – Fences Approx 75cms: Open to horses and ponies. Riders any age, but must be a suitable height and weight for their pony – class may be split (16 years & under and over 16 – as of 1st January 2021)

 

Class 43: Open Working Hunter Pony or Horse – Fences Approx 90cms: Open to horses and ponies. Riders any age, but must be a suitable height and weight for their pony – class may be split (16 years & under and over 16 – as of 1st January 2021) if sufficient entries.

 

Class 44: Riding Club Pony/ Horse-  Open to ponies and horses. Riders any age, but must be a suitable height and weight for their pony. Snaffle Bridle Only. Riders will be required to Jump a Small Fence approx 60cms

 

 WORKING HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP-1st & 2nd from each class go forward to this championship

Veteran Horse Society – REGIONAL FINAL 2021.

 

Second round qualifier for the Veteran Horse Society Supreme Final:

VETERAN HORSE OF THE YEAR 2021 (now incorporating Scotland)

Kindly Sponsored by Allen & Page.

 

All competitors and grooms must adhere to VHS 2021 Rules in all circumstances.  Failure to do so may result in immediate disqualification.  Only fully qualified Members holding a current VHS membership card and a VHS showing card with a valid qualification signature may enter.  Both cards must be carried in the ring and produced on request – no exceptions will be made.

 

VHS Supreme Final qualification. Competitors placed 1st and 2nd in each class will qualify for the corresponding class at the VHS Supreme Final, to be held at the National Veteran Open Championships, Arena UK, Lincolnshire. 1st — 3rd October 2021.

If the competitor has already qualified or does not wish to attend, they must refuse the qualification and pass it down the line on the day. Hand your show card to the judge for signing.

 

VHS M&M Supreme Final qualificationOnly given at the judges discretion. The highest placed M&M in each class will qualify for the VHS M&M Supreme Final at the National Veteran Championships. Registered Breeds only.

For further information on qualification or membership please visit the VHS website www.veteran-horse-society.co.uk  or telephone the VHS Show Office on 01239 881300 or 07789 514004

 

Sep
27
Mon
Riding Lessons
Sep 27 @ 10:00 am – 7:30 pm

 

Welcome to Lodge Farm Riding School, Mill Lane, Wetley Rocks, ST9 0BN

Information for Riders:

ALL Assessment Lessons must be booked & paid for In Advance. All new clients will have to book an induction which will involve filling in the necessary forms and checking Height & Weight before you are able to book your first lesson.

Cancellation Policy:

 

All lessons must be paid in full, in advance at the time of booking – Any cancelations must be made with 24 hours prior notice. Lessons can be rebooked at this time however any later than this the money will be forfeited. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Any queries please contact Debbie on

07496565521

 

Tuition:

All new clients will need to attend for an assessment lesson and will be required to fill in a RRF (rider registration form)

 

  • Our current RIDER WEIGHT LIMIT is 13 stone (82.5 kilos) this is subject to change.

 

  • We aim to provide you with a horse/pony suited to the individual rider’s needs. Pupils are grouped according to ability and are encouraged to progress.

 

  • Your choice to ride is voluntary. We take care to provide suitable horses and ponies for our clients and we will do our utmost to keep you safe, however, horses and ponies may sometimes be unpredictable. Personal insurance is recommended
  • . All Riders ride at their own risk.

 

  • All our instructors’ hold recognised teaching qualifications within the BHS (British Horse Society) or RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association) .There may also be some Trainee Instructors taking supervised lessons.

 

 

 

 

Supervision and Safety:

  • All our staff and trainees are given training in safety procedures including what to do in the event of an accident or fire and hold Safeguarding Qualifications. There are qualified first aiders on the premises at all times.They also receive regular on-going ‘in-house’ and external training.

 

  • Children will be supervised by qualified staff whilst they are participating in lessons.
  • Children will not be supervised outside their allocated lesson time – this is the responsibility of the accompanying parent, guardian or carer.

 

 

  • Clients arriving for lessons should wait in the gallery until met by your instructor or a member of staff.

 

  • Clients should not enter the arena or stable area unless accompanied by an instructor. Paddocks are strictly out of bounds at all times.

 

 

  • An incident book is kept at the Equestrian Centre for the recording of minor accidents by staff, trainees and clients.

 

Clothing:

  • Correctly fitting hats with attached 3 point fastening, to a current BSI standard MUST be worn (securely fastened) at all times when riding or handling horses or ponies. Hats can be borrowed from the Riding School.

 

  • Comfortable trousers or jodhpurs are recommended (not jeans).

 

  • Boots or shoes with smooth soles and small heels – NO wellingtons or trainers.

 

  • Gloves MUST be worn.

 

  • Warm, waterproof clothing must be worn in cold, wet weather.

 

  • A body protector which meets the current BETA (British Equestrian Trade.

Body Protector Standard is strongly recommended, and is mandatory for cross country/arena event lessons.

 

  • All long hair MUST be tied back in a low pony tail, plait or hairnet – NOloose hair.

 

  • High-visibility /reflective safety wear MUST be worn when riding or leading on the road and when hacking out.

 

  • Jewellery should NOT be worn: hooped or drop earrings, bracelets, large rings and necklaces (and all body piercings), can be a hazard and for your safety should be REMOVED while riding or handling horses.

 

  • We have the right, on the grounds of health & safety, to refuse a rider if suitable clothing is not worn when riding.

Regular or ‘One-off’ Lessons, Stable Management Training, University & School Groups or Hacks can also be arranged Any Weekday from 10.00 am onwards – please contact the Riding School Manager to arrange.

Riders wishing to Hack must first arrange an Assessment Lesson and All Hacks will be Escorted – NO UNACCOMPANIED HORSE HIRE.

Prices:

15 minutes walkabouts – £12.00

 

Half Hour Private Lessons – £28.00

 

1 Hour Adults Private Lesson – £45.00

 

Half Hour Semi-private Lessons £22.00 per rider

 

Half Hour group lessons £17.00 per rider

 

One Hour Group Lesson (max eight Riders) £28.00 per rider

 

One Hour Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £28.00

 

One Hour Semi Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £22.00 each

 

One Hour Small Group Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £17.00 each

 

Pony Club Badge Training Saturdays £23.00 (Must be Pony Club Centre Member):

 

 

 

Riding School Contact Details:

Email – info@lodgefarmriding.co.ukoo

Riding School- 07496565521

Riding School Office – 01782 551961

Lodge Farm Shop – 01782551000

Events – Dressage and showing Nat Price – 07866 658439

Centre Manager: Debbie – 07496565521

Sep
28
Tue
Riding Lessons
Sep 28 @ 10:00 am – 5:30 pm

Welcome to Lodge Farm Riding School, Mill Lane, Wetley Rocks, ST9 0BN

Information for Riders:

ALL Assessment Lessons must be booked & paid for In Advance. All new clients will have to book an induction which will involve filling in the necessary forms and checking Height & Weight before you are able to book your first lesson.

Cancellation Policy:

 

All lessons must be paid in full, in advance at the time of booking – Any cancelations must be made with 24 hours prior notice. Lessons can be rebooked at this time however any later than this the money will be forfeited. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Any queries please contact Debbie on

07496565521

 

Tuition:

All new clients will need to attend for an assessment lesson and will be required to fill in a RRF (rider registration form)

 

  • Our current RIDER WEIGHT LIMIT is 13 stone (82.5 kilos) this is subject to change.

 

  • We aim to provide you with a horse/pony suited to the individual rider’s needs. Pupils are grouped according to ability and are encouraged to progress.

 

  • Your choice to ride is voluntary. We take care to provide suitable horses and ponies for our clients and we will do our utmost to keep you safe, however, horses and ponies may sometimes be unpredictable. Personal insurance is recommended
  • . All Riders ride at their own risk.

 

  • All our instructors’ hold recognised teaching qualifications within the BHS (British Horse Society) or RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association) .There may also be some Trainee Instructors taking supervised lessons.

 

 

 

 

Supervision and Safety:

  • All our staff and trainees are given training in safety procedures including what to do in the event of an accident or fire and hold Safeguarding Qualifications. There are qualified first aiders on the premises at all times.They also receive regular on-going ‘in-house’ and external training.

 

  • Children will be supervised by qualified staff whilst they are participating in lessons.
  • Children will not be supervised outside their allocated lesson time – this is the responsibility of the accompanying parent, guardian or carer.

 

 

  • Clients arriving for lessons should wait in the gallery until met by your instructor or a member of staff.

 

  • Clients should not enter the arena or stable area unless accompanied by an instructor. Paddocks are strictly out of bounds at all times.

 

 

  • An incident book is kept at the Equestrian Centre for the recording of minor accidents by staff, trainees and clients.

 

Clothing:

  • Correctly fitting hats with attached 3 point fastening, to a current BSI standard MUST be worn (securely fastened) at all times when riding or handling horses or ponies. Hats can be borrowed from the Riding School.

 

  • Comfortable trousers or jodhpurs are recommended (not jeans).

 

  • Boots or shoes with smooth soles and small heels – NO wellingtons or trainers.

 

  • Gloves MUST be worn.

 

  • Warm, waterproof clothing must be worn in cold, wet weather.

 

  • A body protector which meets the current BETA (British Equestrian Trade.

Body Protector Standard is strongly recommended, and is mandatory for cross country/arena event lessons.

 

  • All long hair MUST be tied back in a low pony tail, plait or hairnet – NOloose hair.

 

  • High-visibility /reflective safety wear MUST be worn when riding or leading on the road and when hacking out.

 

  • Jewellery should NOT be worn: hooped or drop earrings, bracelets, large rings and necklaces (and all body piercings), can be a hazard and for your safety should be REMOVED while riding or handling horses.

 

  • We have the right, on the grounds of health & safety, to refuse a rider if suitable clothing is not worn when riding.

Regular or ‘One-off’ Lessons, Stable Management Training, University & School Groups or Hacks can also be arranged Any Weekday from 10.00 am onwards – please contact the Riding School Manager to arrange.

Riders wishing to Hack must first arrange an Assessment Lesson and All Hacks will be Escorted – NO UNACCOMPANIED HORSE HIRE.

Prices:

15 minutes walkabouts – £12.00

 

Half Hour Private Lessons – £28.00

 

1 Hour Adults Private Lesson – £45.00

 

Half Hour Semi-private Lessons £22.00 per rider

 

Half Hour group lessons £17.00 per rider

 

One Hour Group Lesson (max eight Riders) £28.00 per rider

 

One Hour Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £28.00

 

One Hour Semi Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £22.00 each

 

One Hour Small Group Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £17.00 each

 

Pony Club Badge Training Saturdays £23.00 (Must be Pony Club Centre Member):

 

 

 

Riding School Contact Details:

Email – info@lodgefarmriding.co.ukoo

Riding School- 07496565521

Riding School Office – 01782 551961

Lodge Farm Shop – 01782551000

Events – Dressage and showing Nat Price – 07866 658439

Centre Manager: Debbie – 07496565521

Pony Club
Sep 28 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

The Pony Club at Lodge Farm.

Lodge Farm Equestrian Centre is a Linked Centre for Pony Club National.

Centre Membership of the Pony Club is designed for Riders without their own horse or pony or without transport but who wish to take part in Pony Club Activities.Open to anyone aged under 24 years.

Membership Benefits Include:

  • Improving your Riding and Horse Care
  • Complete a range of Pony Club Tests and Achievement Badges
  • Competition Opportunities
  • All Members receive third party personal liability insurance – & a Quarterly Magazine !
  • Learning, Friendship and Fun !

How Much does Membership Cost ?

  • Centre Membership costs £36.00 a year
  • Badge Training at Lodge Farm every Tuesday & Thursday 5.30-7.30 costs £23.00

Pick up a Membership Application Form Today !

www.pcuk.org –enquiries@pcuk.org

Sep
29
Wed
Riding Lessons
Sep 29 @ 10:00 am – 8:00 pm

 

Welcome to Lodge Farm Riding School, Mill Lane, Wetley Rocks, ST9 0BN

Information for Riders:

ALL Assessment Lessons must be booked & paid for In Advance. All new clients will have to book an induction which will involve filling in the necessary forms and checking Height & Weight before you are able to book your first lesson.

Cancellation Policy:

 

All lessons must be paid in full, in advance at the time of booking – Any cancelations must be made with 24 hours prior notice. Lessons can be rebooked at this time however any later than this the money will be forfeited. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Any queries please contact Debbie on

07496565521

 

Tuition:

All new clients will need to attend for an assessment lesson and will be required to fill in a RRF (rider registration form)

 

  • Our current RIDER WEIGHT LIMIT is 13 stone (82.5 kilos) this is subject to change.

 

  • We aim to provide you with a horse/pony suited to the individual rider’s needs. Pupils are grouped according to ability and are encouraged to progress.

 

  • Your choice to ride is voluntary. We take care to provide suitable horses and ponies for our clients and we will do our utmost to keep you safe, however, horses and ponies may sometimes be unpredictable. Personal insurance is recommended
  • . All Riders ride at their own risk.

 

  • All our instructors’ hold recognised teaching qualifications within the BHS (British Horse Society) or RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association) .There may also be some Trainee Instructors taking supervised lessons.

 

 

 

 

Supervision and Safety:

  • All our staff and trainees are given training in safety procedures including what to do in the event of an accident or fire and hold Safeguarding Qualifications. There are qualified first aiders on the premises at all times.They also receive regular on-going ‘in-house’ and external training.

 

  • Children will be supervised by qualified staff whilst they are participating in lessons.
  • Children will not be supervised outside their allocated lesson time – this is the responsibility of the accompanying parent, guardian or carer.

 

 

  • Clients arriving for lessons should wait in the gallery until met by your instructor or a member of staff.

 

  • Clients should not enter the arena or stable area unless accompanied by an instructor. Paddocks are strictly out of bounds at all times.

 

 

  • An incident book is kept at the Equestrian Centre for the recording of minor accidents by staff, trainees and clients.

 

Clothing:

  • Correctly fitting hats with attached 3 point fastening, to a current BSI standard MUST be worn (securely fastened) at all times when riding or handling horses or ponies. Hats can be borrowed from the Riding School.

 

  • Comfortable trousers or jodhpurs are recommended (not jeans).

 

  • Boots or shoes with smooth soles and small heels – NO wellingtons or trainers.

 

  • Gloves MUST be worn.

 

  • Warm, waterproof clothing must be worn in cold, wet weather.

 

  • A body protector which meets the current BETA (British Equestrian Trade.

Body Protector Standard is strongly recommended, and is mandatory for cross country/arena event lessons.

 

  • All long hair MUST be tied back in a low pony tail, plait or hairnet – NOloose hair.

 

  • High-visibility /reflective safety wear MUST be worn when riding or leading on the road and when hacking out.

 

  • Jewellery should NOT be worn: hooped or drop earrings, bracelets, large rings and necklaces (and all body piercings), can be a hazard and for your safety should be REMOVED while riding or handling horses.

 

  • We have the right, on the grounds of health & safety, to refuse a rider if suitable clothing is not worn when riding.

Regular or ‘One-off’ Lessons, Stable Management Training, University & School Groups or Hacks can also be arranged Any Weekday from 10.00 am onwards – please contact the Riding School Manager to arrange.

Riders wishing to Hack must first arrange an Assessment Lesson and All Hacks will be Escorted – NO UNACCOMPANIED HORSE HIRE.

Prices:

15 minutes walkabouts – £12.00

 

Half Hour Private Lessons – £28.00

 

1 Hour Adults Private Lesson – £45.00

 

Half Hour Semi-private Lessons £22.00 per rider

 

Half Hour group lessons £17.00 per rider

 

One Hour Group Lesson (max eight Riders) £28.00 per rider

 

One Hour Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £28.00

 

One Hour Semi Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £22.00 each

 

One Hour Small Group Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £17.00 each

 

Pony Club Badge Training Saturdays £23.00 (Must be Pony Club Centre Member):

 

 

 

Riding School Contact Details:

Email – info@lodgefarmriding.co.ukoo

Riding School- 07496565521

Riding School Office – 01782 551961

Lodge Farm Shop – 01782551000

Events – Dressage and showing Nat Price – 07866 658439

Centre Manager: Debbie – 07496565521

Sep
30
Thu
Riding Lessons
Sep 30 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

 

Welcome to Lodge Farm Riding School, Mill Lane, Wetley Rocks, ST9 0BN

Information for Riders:

ALL Assessment Lessons must be booked & paid for In Advance. All new clients will have to book an induction which will involve filling in the necessary forms and checking Height & Weight before you are able to book your first lesson.

Cancellation Policy:

 

All lessons must be paid in full, in advance at the time of booking – Any cancelations must be made with 24 hours prior notice. Lessons can be rebooked at this time however any later than this the money will be forfeited. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Any queries please contact Debbie on

07496565521

 

Tuition:

All new clients will need to attend for an assessment lesson and will be required to fill in a RRF (rider registration form)

 

  • Our current RIDER WEIGHT LIMIT is 13 stone (82.5 kilos) this is subject to change.

 

  • We aim to provide you with a horse/pony suited to the individual rider’s needs. Pupils are grouped according to ability and are encouraged to progress.

 

  • Your choice to ride is voluntary. We take care to provide suitable horses and ponies for our clients and we will do our utmost to keep you safe, however, horses and ponies may sometimes be unpredictable. Personal insurance is recommended
  • . All Riders ride at their own risk.

 

  • All our instructors’ hold recognised teaching qualifications within the BHS (British Horse Society) or RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association) .There may also be some Trainee Instructors taking supervised lessons.

 

 

 

 

Supervision and Safety:

  • All our staff and trainees are given training in safety procedures including what to do in the event of an accident or fire and hold Safeguarding Qualifications. There are qualified first aiders on the premises at all times.They also receive regular on-going ‘in-house’ and external training.

 

  • Children will be supervised by qualified staff whilst they are participating in lessons.
  • Children will not be supervised outside their allocated lesson time – this is the responsibility of the accompanying parent, guardian or carer.

 

 

  • Clients arriving for lessons should wait in the gallery until met by your instructor or a member of staff.

 

  • Clients should not enter the arena or stable area unless accompanied by an instructor. Paddocks are strictly out of bounds at all times.

 

 

  • An incident book is kept at the Equestrian Centre for the recording of minor accidents by staff, trainees and clients.

 

Clothing:

  • Correctly fitting hats with attached 3 point fastening, to a current BSI standard MUST be worn (securely fastened) at all times when riding or handling horses or ponies. Hats can be borrowed from the Riding School.

 

  • Comfortable trousers or jodhpurs are recommended (not jeans).

 

  • Boots or shoes with smooth soles and small heels – NO wellingtons or trainers.

 

  • Gloves MUST be worn.

 

  • Warm, waterproof clothing must be worn in cold, wet weather.

 

  • A body protector which meets the current BETA (British Equestrian Trade.

Body Protector Standard is strongly recommended, and is mandatory for cross country/arena event lessons.

 

  • All long hair MUST be tied back in a low pony tail, plait or hairnet – NOloose hair.

 

  • High-visibility /reflective safety wear MUST be worn when riding or leading on the road and when hacking out.

 

  • Jewellery should NOT be worn: hooped or drop earrings, bracelets, large rings and necklaces (and all body piercings), can be a hazard and for your safety should be REMOVED while riding or handling horses.

 

  • We have the right, on the grounds of health & safety, to refuse a rider if suitable clothing is not worn when riding.

Regular or ‘One-off’ Lessons, Stable Management Training, University & School Groups or Hacks can also be arranged Any Weekday from 10.00 am onwards – please contact the Riding School Manager to arrange.

Riders wishing to Hack must first arrange an Assessment Lesson and All Hacks will be Escorted – NO UNACCOMPANIED HORSE HIRE.

Prices:

15 minutes walkabouts – £12.00

 

Half Hour Private Lessons – £28.00

 

1 Hour Adults Private Lesson – £45.00

 

Half Hour Semi-private Lessons £22.00 per rider

 

Half Hour group lessons £17.00 per rider

 

One Hour Group Lesson (max eight Riders) £28.00 per rider

 

One Hour Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £28.00

 

One Hour Semi Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £22.00 each

 

One Hour Small Group Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £17.00 each

 

Pony Club Badge Training Saturdays £23.00 (Must be Pony Club Centre Member):

 

 

 

Riding School Contact Details:

Email – info@lodgefarmriding.co.ukoo

Riding School- 07496565521

Riding School Office – 01782 551961

Lodge Farm Shop – 01782551000

Events – Dressage and showing Nat Price – 07866 658439

Centre Manager: Debbie – 07496565521

Pony Club
Sep 30 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

The Pony Club at Lodge Farm.

Lodge Farm Equestrian Centre is a Linked Centre for Pony Club National.

Centre Membership of the Pony Club is designed for Riders without their own horse or pony or without transport but who wish to take part in Pony Club Activities.Open to anyone aged under 24 years.

Membership Benefits Include:

  • Improving your Riding and Horse Care
  • Complete a range of Pony Club Tests and Achievement Badges
  • Competition Opportunities
  • All Members receive third party personal liability insurance – & a Quarterly Magazine !
  • Learning, Friendship and Fun !

How Much does Membership Cost ?

  • Centre Membership costs £36.00 a year
  • Badge Training at Lodge Farm every Tuesday & Thursday 5.30-7.30 costs £23.00

Pick up a Membership Application Form Today !

www.pcuk.org –enquiries@pcuk.org

Oct
1
Fri
Riding Lessons
Oct 1 @ 10:00 am – 7:30 pm

 

Welcome to Lodge Farm Riding School, Mill Lane, Wetley Rocks, ST9 0BN

Information for Riders:

ALL Assessment Lessons must be booked & paid for In Advance. All new clients will have to book an induction which will involve filling in the necessary forms and checking Height & Weight before you are able to book your first lesson.

Cancellation Policy:

 

All lessons must be paid in full, in advance at the time of booking – Any cancelations must be made with 24 hours prior notice. Lessons can be rebooked at this time however any later than this the money will be forfeited. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Any queries please contact Debbie on

07496565521

 

Tuition:

All new clients will need to attend for an assessment lesson and will be required to fill in a RRF (rider registration form)

 

  • Our current RIDER WEIGHT LIMIT is 13 stone (82.5 kilos) this is subject to change.

 

  • We aim to provide you with a horse/pony suited to the individual rider’s needs. Pupils are grouped according to ability and are encouraged to progress.

 

  • Your choice to ride is voluntary. We take care to provide suitable horses and ponies for our clients and we will do our utmost to keep you safe, however, horses and ponies may sometimes be unpredictable. Personal insurance is recommended
  • . All Riders ride at their own risk.

 

  • All our instructors’ hold recognised teaching qualifications within the BHS (British Horse Society) or RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association) .There may also be some Trainee Instructors taking supervised lessons.

 

 

 

 

Supervision and Safety:

  • All our staff and trainees are given training in safety procedures including what to do in the event of an accident or fire and hold Safeguarding Qualifications. There are qualified first aiders on the premises at all times.They also receive regular on-going ‘in-house’ and external training.

 

  • Children will be supervised by qualified staff whilst they are participating in lessons.
  • Children will not be supervised outside their allocated lesson time – this is the responsibility of the accompanying parent, guardian or carer.

 

 

  • Clients arriving for lessons should wait in the gallery until met by your instructor or a member of staff.

 

  • Clients should not enter the arena or stable area unless accompanied by an instructor. Paddocks are strictly out of bounds at all times.

 

 

  • An incident book is kept at the Equestrian Centre for the recording of minor accidents by staff, trainees and clients.

 

Clothing:

  • Correctly fitting hats with attached 3 point fastening, to a current BSI standard MUST be worn (securely fastened) at all times when riding or handling horses or ponies. Hats can be borrowed from the Riding School.

 

  • Comfortable trousers or jodhpurs are recommended (not jeans).

 

  • Boots or shoes with smooth soles and small heels – NO wellingtons or trainers.

 

  • Gloves MUST be worn.

 

  • Warm, waterproof clothing must be worn in cold, wet weather.

 

  • A body protector which meets the current BETA (British Equestrian Trade.

Body Protector Standard is strongly recommended, and is mandatory for cross country/arena event lessons.

 

  • All long hair MUST be tied back in a low pony tail, plait or hairnet – NOloose hair.

 

  • High-visibility /reflective safety wear MUST be worn when riding or leading on the road and when hacking out.

 

  • Jewellery should NOT be worn: hooped or drop earrings, bracelets, large rings and necklaces (and all body piercings), can be a hazard and for your safety should be REMOVED while riding or handling horses.

 

  • We have the right, on the grounds of health & safety, to refuse a rider if suitable clothing is not worn when riding.

Regular or ‘One-off’ Lessons, Stable Management Training, University & School Groups or Hacks can also be arranged Any Weekday from 10.00 am onwards – please contact the Riding School Manager to arrange.

Riders wishing to Hack must first arrange an Assessment Lesson and All Hacks will be Escorted – NO UNACCOMPANIED HORSE HIRE.

Prices:

15 minutes walkabouts – £12.00

 

Half Hour Private Lessons – £28.00

 

1 Hour Adults Private Lesson – £45.00

 

Half Hour Semi-private Lessons £22.00 per rider

 

Half Hour group lessons £17.00 per rider

 

One Hour Group Lesson (max eight Riders) £28.00 per rider

 

One Hour Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £28.00

 

One Hour Semi Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £22.00 each

 

One Hour Small Group Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £17.00 each

 

Pony Club Badge Training Saturdays £23.00 (Must be Pony Club Centre Member):

 

 

 

Riding School Contact Details:

Email – info@lodgefarmriding.co.ukoo

Riding School- 07496565521

Riding School Office – 01782 551961

Lodge Farm Shop – 01782551000

Events – Dressage and showing Nat Price – 07866 658439

Centre Manager: Debbie – 07496565521

Oct
2
Sat
Pony Club
Oct 2 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

 

The Pony Club at Lodge Farm.

Lodge Farm Equestrian Centre is a Linked Centre for Pony Club National.

Centre Membership of the Pony Club is designed for Riders without their own horse or pony or without transport but who wish to take part in Pony Club Activities. Open to anyone aged under 24 years.

Membership Benefits Include:

  • Improving your Riding and Horse Care
  • Complete a range of Pony Club Tests and Achievement Badges
  • Competition Opportunities
  • All Members receive third party personal liability insurance – & a Quarterly Magazine !
  • Learning, Friendship and Fun !

How Much does Membership Cost ?

  • Centre Membership costs £36.00 a year
  • Badge Training every Saturday at Lodge Farm (9.00-3.00) costs £23.00

Pick up a Membership Application Form Today !

www.pcuk.org –enquiries@pcuk.org

Riding Lessons
Oct 2 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

 

Welcome to Lodge Farm Riding School, Mill Lane, Wetley Rocks, ST9 0BN

Information for Riders:

ALL Assessment Lessons must be booked & paid for In Advance. All new clients will have to book an induction which will involve filling in the necessary forms and checking Height & Weight before you are able to book your first lesson.

Cancellation Policy:

 

All lessons must be paid in full, in advance at the time of booking – Any cancelations must be made with 24 hours prior notice. Lessons can be rebooked at this time however any later than this the money will be forfeited. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Any queries please contact Debbie on

07496565521

 

Tuition:

All new clients will need to attend for an assessment lesson and will be required to fill in a RRF (rider registration form)

 

  • Our current RIDER WEIGHT LIMIT is 13 stone (82.5 kilos) this is subject to change.

 

  • We aim to provide you with a horse/pony suited to the individual rider’s needs. Pupils are grouped according to ability and are encouraged to progress.

 

  • Your choice to ride is voluntary. We take care to provide suitable horses and ponies for our clients and we will do our utmost to keep you safe, however, horses and ponies may sometimes be unpredictable. Personal insurance is recommended
  • . All Riders ride at their own risk.

 

  • All our instructors’ hold recognised teaching qualifications within the BHS (British Horse Society) or RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association) .There may also be some Trainee Instructors taking supervised lessons.

 

 

 

 

Supervision and Safety:

  • All our staff and trainees are given training in safety procedures including what to do in the event of an accident or fire and hold Safeguarding Qualifications. There are qualified first aiders on the premises at all times.They also receive regular on-going ‘in-house’ and external training.

 

  • Children will be supervised by qualified staff whilst they are participating in lessons.
  • Children will not be supervised outside their allocated lesson time – this is the responsibility of the accompanying parent, guardian or carer.

 

 

  • Clients arriving for lessons should wait in the gallery until met by your instructor or a member of staff.

 

  • Clients should not enter the arena or stable area unless accompanied by an instructor. Paddocks are strictly out of bounds at all times.

 

 

  • An incident book is kept at the Equestrian Centre for the recording of minor accidents by staff, trainees and clients.

 

Clothing:

  • Correctly fitting hats with attached 3 point fastening, to a current BSI standard MUST be worn (securely fastened) at all times when riding or handling horses or ponies. Hats can be borrowed from the Riding School.

 

  • Comfortable trousers or jodhpurs are recommended (not jeans).

 

  • Boots or shoes with smooth soles and small heels – NO wellingtons or trainers.

 

  • Gloves MUST be worn.

 

  • Warm, waterproof clothing must be worn in cold, wet weather.

 

  • A body protector which meets the current BETA (British Equestrian Trade.

Body Protector Standard is strongly recommended, and is mandatory for cross country/arena event lessons.

 

  • All long hair MUST be tied back in a low pony tail, plait or hairnet – NOloose hair.

 

  • High-visibility /reflective safety wear MUST be worn when riding or leading on the road and when hacking out.

 

  • Jewellery should NOT be worn: hooped or drop earrings, bracelets, large rings and necklaces (and all body piercings), can be a hazard and for your safety should be REMOVED while riding or handling horses.

 

  • We have the right, on the grounds of health & safety, to refuse a rider if suitable clothing is not worn when riding.

Regular or ‘One-off’ Lessons, Stable Management Training, University & School Groups or Hacks can also be arranged Any Weekday from 10.00 am onwards – please contact the Riding School Manager to arrange.

Riders wishing to Hack must first arrange an Assessment Lesson and All Hacks will be Escorted – NO UNACCOMPANIED HORSE HIRE.

Prices:

15 minutes walkabouts – £12.00

 

Half Hour Private Lessons – £28.00

 

1 Hour Adults Private Lesson – £45.00

 

Half Hour Semi-private Lessons £22.00 per rider

 

Half Hour group lessons £17.00 per rider

 

One Hour Group Lesson (max eight Riders) £28.00 per rider

 

One Hour Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £28.00

 

One Hour Semi Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £22.00 each

 

One Hour Small Group Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £17.00 each

 

Pony Club Badge Training Saturdays £23.00 (Must be Pony Club Centre Member):

 

 

 

Riding School Contact Details:

Email – info@lodgefarmriding.co.ukoo

Riding School- 07496565521

Riding School Office – 01782 551961

Lodge Farm Shop – 01782551000

Events – Dressage and showing Nat Price – 07866 658439

Centre Manager: Debbie – 07496565521

Oct
4
Mon
Riding Lessons
Oct 4 @ 10:00 am – 7:30 pm

 

Welcome to Lodge Farm Riding School, Mill Lane, Wetley Rocks, ST9 0BN

Information for Riders:

ALL Assessment Lessons must be booked & paid for In Advance. All new clients will have to book an induction which will involve filling in the necessary forms and checking Height & Weight before you are able to book your first lesson.

Cancellation Policy:

 

All lessons must be paid in full, in advance at the time of booking – Any cancelations must be made with 24 hours prior notice. Lessons can be rebooked at this time however any later than this the money will be forfeited. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Any queries please contact Debbie on

07496565521

 

Tuition:

All new clients will need to attend for an assessment lesson and will be required to fill in a RRF (rider registration form)

 

  • Our current RIDER WEIGHT LIMIT is 13 stone (82.5 kilos) this is subject to change.

 

  • We aim to provide you with a horse/pony suited to the individual rider’s needs. Pupils are grouped according to ability and are encouraged to progress.

 

  • Your choice to ride is voluntary. We take care to provide suitable horses and ponies for our clients and we will do our utmost to keep you safe, however, horses and ponies may sometimes be unpredictable. Personal insurance is recommended
  • . All Riders ride at their own risk.

 

  • All our instructors’ hold recognised teaching qualifications within the BHS (British Horse Society) or RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association) .There may also be some Trainee Instructors taking supervised lessons.

 

 

 

 

Supervision and Safety:

  • All our staff and trainees are given training in safety procedures including what to do in the event of an accident or fire and hold Safeguarding Qualifications. There are qualified first aiders on the premises at all times.They also receive regular on-going ‘in-house’ and external training.

 

  • Children will be supervised by qualified staff whilst they are participating in lessons.
  • Children will not be supervised outside their allocated lesson time – this is the responsibility of the accompanying parent, guardian or carer.

 

 

  • Clients arriving for lessons should wait in the gallery until met by your instructor or a member of staff.

 

  • Clients should not enter the arena or stable area unless accompanied by an instructor. Paddocks are strictly out of bounds at all times.

 

 

  • An incident book is kept at the Equestrian Centre for the recording of minor accidents by staff, trainees and clients.

 

Clothing:

  • Correctly fitting hats with attached 3 point fastening, to a current BSI standard MUST be worn (securely fastened) at all times when riding or handling horses or ponies. Hats can be borrowed from the Riding School.

 

  • Comfortable trousers or jodhpurs are recommended (not jeans).

 

  • Boots or shoes with smooth soles and small heels – NO wellingtons or trainers.

 

  • Gloves MUST be worn.

 

  • Warm, waterproof clothing must be worn in cold, wet weather.

 

  • A body protector which meets the current BETA (British Equestrian Trade.

Body Protector Standard is strongly recommended, and is mandatory for cross country/arena event lessons.

 

  • All long hair MUST be tied back in a low pony tail, plait or hairnet – NOloose hair.

 

  • High-visibility /reflective safety wear MUST be worn when riding or leading on the road and when hacking out.

 

  • Jewellery should NOT be worn: hooped or drop earrings, bracelets, large rings and necklaces (and all body piercings), can be a hazard and for your safety should be REMOVED while riding or handling horses.

 

  • We have the right, on the grounds of health & safety, to refuse a rider if suitable clothing is not worn when riding.

Regular or ‘One-off’ Lessons, Stable Management Training, University & School Groups or Hacks can also be arranged Any Weekday from 10.00 am onwards – please contact the Riding School Manager to arrange.

Riders wishing to Hack must first arrange an Assessment Lesson and All Hacks will be Escorted – NO UNACCOMPANIED HORSE HIRE.

Prices:

15 minutes walkabouts – £12.00

 

Half Hour Private Lessons – £28.00

 

1 Hour Adults Private Lesson – £45.00

 

Half Hour Semi-private Lessons £22.00 per rider

 

Half Hour group lessons £17.00 per rider

 

One Hour Group Lesson (max eight Riders) £28.00 per rider

 

One Hour Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £28.00

 

One Hour Semi Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £22.00 each

 

One Hour Small Group Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £17.00 each

 

Pony Club Badge Training Saturdays £23.00 (Must be Pony Club Centre Member):

 

 

 

Riding School Contact Details:

Email – info@lodgefarmriding.co.ukoo

Riding School- 07496565521

Riding School Office – 01782 551961

Lodge Farm Shop – 01782551000

Events – Dressage and showing Nat Price – 07866 658439

Centre Manager: Debbie – 07496565521

Oct
5
Tue
Riding Lessons
Oct 5 @ 10:00 am – 5:30 pm

Welcome to Lodge Farm Riding School, Mill Lane, Wetley Rocks, ST9 0BN

Information for Riders:

ALL Assessment Lessons must be booked & paid for In Advance. All new clients will have to book an induction which will involve filling in the necessary forms and checking Height & Weight before you are able to book your first lesson.

Cancellation Policy:

 

All lessons must be paid in full, in advance at the time of booking – Any cancelations must be made with 24 hours prior notice. Lessons can be rebooked at this time however any later than this the money will be forfeited. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Any queries please contact Debbie on

07496565521

 

Tuition:

All new clients will need to attend for an assessment lesson and will be required to fill in a RRF (rider registration form)

 

  • Our current RIDER WEIGHT LIMIT is 13 stone (82.5 kilos) this is subject to change.

 

  • We aim to provide you with a horse/pony suited to the individual rider’s needs. Pupils are grouped according to ability and are encouraged to progress.

 

  • Your choice to ride is voluntary. We take care to provide suitable horses and ponies for our clients and we will do our utmost to keep you safe, however, horses and ponies may sometimes be unpredictable. Personal insurance is recommended
  • . All Riders ride at their own risk.

 

  • All our instructors’ hold recognised teaching qualifications within the BHS (British Horse Society) or RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association) .There may also be some Trainee Instructors taking supervised lessons.

 

 

 

 

Supervision and Safety:

  • All our staff and trainees are given training in safety procedures including what to do in the event of an accident or fire and hold Safeguarding Qualifications. There are qualified first aiders on the premises at all times.They also receive regular on-going ‘in-house’ and external training.

 

  • Children will be supervised by qualified staff whilst they are participating in lessons.
  • Children will not be supervised outside their allocated lesson time – this is the responsibility of the accompanying parent, guardian or carer.

 

 

  • Clients arriving for lessons should wait in the gallery until met by your instructor or a member of staff.

 

  • Clients should not enter the arena or stable area unless accompanied by an instructor. Paddocks are strictly out of bounds at all times.

 

 

  • An incident book is kept at the Equestrian Centre for the recording of minor accidents by staff, trainees and clients.

 

Clothing:

  • Correctly fitting hats with attached 3 point fastening, to a current BSI standard MUST be worn (securely fastened) at all times when riding or handling horses or ponies. Hats can be borrowed from the Riding School.

 

  • Comfortable trousers or jodhpurs are recommended (not jeans).

 

  • Boots or shoes with smooth soles and small heels – NO wellingtons or trainers.

 

  • Gloves MUST be worn.

 

  • Warm, waterproof clothing must be worn in cold, wet weather.

 

  • A body protector which meets the current BETA (British Equestrian Trade.

Body Protector Standard is strongly recommended, and is mandatory for cross country/arena event lessons.

 

  • All long hair MUST be tied back in a low pony tail, plait or hairnet – NOloose hair.

 

  • High-visibility /reflective safety wear MUST be worn when riding or leading on the road and when hacking out.

 

  • Jewellery should NOT be worn: hooped or drop earrings, bracelets, large rings and necklaces (and all body piercings), can be a hazard and for your safety should be REMOVED while riding or handling horses.

 

  • We have the right, on the grounds of health & safety, to refuse a rider if suitable clothing is not worn when riding.

Regular or ‘One-off’ Lessons, Stable Management Training, University & School Groups or Hacks can also be arranged Any Weekday from 10.00 am onwards – please contact the Riding School Manager to arrange.

Riders wishing to Hack must first arrange an Assessment Lesson and All Hacks will be Escorted – NO UNACCOMPANIED HORSE HIRE.

Prices:

15 minutes walkabouts – £12.00

 

Half Hour Private Lessons – £28.00

 

1 Hour Adults Private Lesson – £45.00

 

Half Hour Semi-private Lessons £22.00 per rider

 

Half Hour group lessons £17.00 per rider

 

One Hour Group Lesson (max eight Riders) £28.00 per rider

 

One Hour Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £28.00

 

One Hour Semi Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £22.00 each

 

One Hour Small Group Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £17.00 each

 

Pony Club Badge Training Saturdays £23.00 (Must be Pony Club Centre Member):

 

 

 

Riding School Contact Details:

Email – info@lodgefarmriding.co.ukoo

Riding School- 07496565521

Riding School Office – 01782 551961

Lodge Farm Shop – 01782551000

Events – Dressage and showing Nat Price – 07866 658439

Centre Manager: Debbie – 07496565521

Pony Club
Oct 5 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

The Pony Club at Lodge Farm.

Lodge Farm Equestrian Centre is a Linked Centre for Pony Club National.

Centre Membership of the Pony Club is designed for Riders without their own horse or pony or without transport but who wish to take part in Pony Club Activities.Open to anyone aged under 24 years.

Membership Benefits Include:

  • Improving your Riding and Horse Care
  • Complete a range of Pony Club Tests and Achievement Badges
  • Competition Opportunities
  • All Members receive third party personal liability insurance – & a Quarterly Magazine !
  • Learning, Friendship and Fun !

How Much does Membership Cost ?

  • Centre Membership costs £36.00 a year
  • Badge Training at Lodge Farm every Tuesday & Thursday 5.30-7.30 costs £23.00

Pick up a Membership Application Form Today !

www.pcuk.org –enquiries@pcuk.org

Oct
6
Wed
Riding Lessons
Oct 6 @ 10:00 am – 8:00 pm

 

Welcome to Lodge Farm Riding School, Mill Lane, Wetley Rocks, ST9 0BN

Information for Riders:

ALL Assessment Lessons must be booked & paid for In Advance. All new clients will have to book an induction which will involve filling in the necessary forms and checking Height & Weight before you are able to book your first lesson.

Cancellation Policy:

 

All lessons must be paid in full, in advance at the time of booking – Any cancelations must be made with 24 hours prior notice. Lessons can be rebooked at this time however any later than this the money will be forfeited. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Any queries please contact Debbie on

07496565521

 

Tuition:

All new clients will need to attend for an assessment lesson and will be required to fill in a RRF (rider registration form)

 

  • Our current RIDER WEIGHT LIMIT is 13 stone (82.5 kilos) this is subject to change.

 

  • We aim to provide you with a horse/pony suited to the individual rider’s needs. Pupils are grouped according to ability and are encouraged to progress.

 

  • Your choice to ride is voluntary. We take care to provide suitable horses and ponies for our clients and we will do our utmost to keep you safe, however, horses and ponies may sometimes be unpredictable. Personal insurance is recommended
  • . All Riders ride at their own risk.

 

  • All our instructors’ hold recognised teaching qualifications within the BHS (British Horse Society) or RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association) .There may also be some Trainee Instructors taking supervised lessons.

 

 

 

 

Supervision and Safety:

  • All our staff and trainees are given training in safety procedures including what to do in the event of an accident or fire and hold Safeguarding Qualifications. There are qualified first aiders on the premises at all times.They also receive regular on-going ‘in-house’ and external training.

 

  • Children will be supervised by qualified staff whilst they are participating in lessons.
  • Children will not be supervised outside their allocated lesson time – this is the responsibility of the accompanying parent, guardian or carer.

 

 

  • Clients arriving for lessons should wait in the gallery until met by your instructor or a member of staff.

 

  • Clients should not enter the arena or stable area unless accompanied by an instructor. Paddocks are strictly out of bounds at all times.

 

 

  • An incident book is kept at the Equestrian Centre for the recording of minor accidents by staff, trainees and clients.

 

Clothing:

  • Correctly fitting hats with attached 3 point fastening, to a current BSI standard MUST be worn (securely fastened) at all times when riding or handling horses or ponies. Hats can be borrowed from the Riding School.

 

  • Comfortable trousers or jodhpurs are recommended (not jeans).

 

  • Boots or shoes with smooth soles and small heels – NO wellingtons or trainers.

 

  • Gloves MUST be worn.

 

  • Warm, waterproof clothing must be worn in cold, wet weather.

 

  • A body protector which meets the current BETA (British Equestrian Trade.

Body Protector Standard is strongly recommended, and is mandatory for cross country/arena event lessons.

 

  • All long hair MUST be tied back in a low pony tail, plait or hairnet – NOloose hair.

 

  • High-visibility /reflective safety wear MUST be worn when riding or leading on the road and when hacking out.

 

  • Jewellery should NOT be worn: hooped or drop earrings, bracelets, large rings and necklaces (and all body piercings), can be a hazard and for your safety should be REMOVED while riding or handling horses.

 

  • We have the right, on the grounds of health & safety, to refuse a rider if suitable clothing is not worn when riding.

Regular or ‘One-off’ Lessons, Stable Management Training, University & School Groups or Hacks can also be arranged Any Weekday from 10.00 am onwards – please contact the Riding School Manager to arrange.

Riders wishing to Hack must first arrange an Assessment Lesson and All Hacks will be Escorted – NO UNACCOMPANIED HORSE HIRE.

Prices:

15 minutes walkabouts – £12.00

 

Half Hour Private Lessons – £28.00

 

1 Hour Adults Private Lesson – £45.00

 

Half Hour Semi-private Lessons £22.00 per rider

 

Half Hour group lessons £17.00 per rider

 

One Hour Group Lesson (max eight Riders) £28.00 per rider

 

One Hour Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £28.00

 

One Hour Semi Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £22.00 each

 

One Hour Small Group Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £17.00 each

 

Pony Club Badge Training Saturdays £23.00 (Must be Pony Club Centre Member):

 

 

 

Riding School Contact Details:

Email – info@lodgefarmriding.co.ukoo

Riding School- 07496565521

Riding School Office – 01782 551961

Lodge Farm Shop – 01782551000

Events – Dressage and showing Nat Price – 07866 658439

Centre Manager: Debbie – 07496565521

Oct
7
Thu
Riding Lessons
Oct 7 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

 

Welcome to Lodge Farm Riding School, Mill Lane, Wetley Rocks, ST9 0BN

Information for Riders:

ALL Assessment Lessons must be booked & paid for In Advance. All new clients will have to book an induction which will involve filling in the necessary forms and checking Height & Weight before you are able to book your first lesson.

Cancellation Policy:

 

All lessons must be paid in full, in advance at the time of booking – Any cancelations must be made with 24 hours prior notice. Lessons can be rebooked at this time however any later than this the money will be forfeited. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Any queries please contact Debbie on

07496565521

 

Tuition:

All new clients will need to attend for an assessment lesson and will be required to fill in a RRF (rider registration form)

 

  • Our current RIDER WEIGHT LIMIT is 13 stone (82.5 kilos) this is subject to change.

 

  • We aim to provide you with a horse/pony suited to the individual rider’s needs. Pupils are grouped according to ability and are encouraged to progress.

 

  • Your choice to ride is voluntary. We take care to provide suitable horses and ponies for our clients and we will do our utmost to keep you safe, however, horses and ponies may sometimes be unpredictable. Personal insurance is recommended
  • . All Riders ride at their own risk.

 

  • All our instructors’ hold recognised teaching qualifications within the BHS (British Horse Society) or RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association) .There may also be some Trainee Instructors taking supervised lessons.

 

 

 

 

Supervision and Safety:

  • All our staff and trainees are given training in safety procedures including what to do in the event of an accident or fire and hold Safeguarding Qualifications. There are qualified first aiders on the premises at all times.They also receive regular on-going ‘in-house’ and external training.

 

  • Children will be supervised by qualified staff whilst they are participating in lessons.
  • Children will not be supervised outside their allocated lesson time – this is the responsibility of the accompanying parent, guardian or carer.

 

 

  • Clients arriving for lessons should wait in the gallery until met by your instructor or a member of staff.

 

  • Clients should not enter the arena or stable area unless accompanied by an instructor. Paddocks are strictly out of bounds at all times.

 

 

  • An incident book is kept at the Equestrian Centre for the recording of minor accidents by staff, trainees and clients.

 

Clothing:

  • Correctly fitting hats with attached 3 point fastening, to a current BSI standard MUST be worn (securely fastened) at all times when riding or handling horses or ponies. Hats can be borrowed from the Riding School.

 

  • Comfortable trousers or jodhpurs are recommended (not jeans).

 

  • Boots or shoes with smooth soles and small heels – NO wellingtons or trainers.

 

  • Gloves MUST be worn.

 

  • Warm, waterproof clothing must be worn in cold, wet weather.

 

  • A body protector which meets the current BETA (British Equestrian Trade.

Body Protector Standard is strongly recommended, and is mandatory for cross country/arena event lessons.

 

  • All long hair MUST be tied back in a low pony tail, plait or hairnet – NOloose hair.

 

  • High-visibility /reflective safety wear MUST be worn when riding or leading on the road and when hacking out.

 

  • Jewellery should NOT be worn: hooped or drop earrings, bracelets, large rings and necklaces (and all body piercings), can be a hazard and for your safety should be REMOVED while riding or handling horses.

 

  • We have the right, on the grounds of health & safety, to refuse a rider if suitable clothing is not worn when riding.

Regular or ‘One-off’ Lessons, Stable Management Training, University & School Groups or Hacks can also be arranged Any Weekday from 10.00 am onwards – please contact the Riding School Manager to arrange.

Riders wishing to Hack must first arrange an Assessment Lesson and All Hacks will be Escorted – NO UNACCOMPANIED HORSE HIRE.

Prices:

15 minutes walkabouts – £12.00

 

Half Hour Private Lessons – £28.00

 

1 Hour Adults Private Lesson – £45.00

 

Half Hour Semi-private Lessons £22.00 per rider

 

Half Hour group lessons £17.00 per rider

 

One Hour Group Lesson (max eight Riders) £28.00 per rider

 

One Hour Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £28.00

 

One Hour Semi Private Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £22.00 each

 

One Hour Small Group Stable Management Training (Theory or Practical) – £17.00 each

 

Pony Club Badge Training Saturdays £23.00 (Must be Pony Club Centre Member):

 

 

 

Riding School Contact Details:

Email – info@lodgefarmriding.co.ukoo

Riding School- 07496565521

Riding School Office – 01782 551961

Lodge Farm Shop – 01782551000

Events – Dressage and showing Nat Price – 07866 658439

Centre Manager: Debbie – 07496565521

Pony Club
Oct 7 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

The Pony Club at Lodge Farm.

Lodge Farm Equestrian Centre is a Linked Centre for Pony Club National.

Centre Membership of the Pony Club is designed for Riders without their own horse or pony or without transport but who wish to take part in Pony Club Activities.Open to anyone aged under 24 years.

Membership Benefits Include:

  • Improving your Riding and Horse Care
  • Complete a range of Pony Club Tests and Achievement Badges
  • Competition Opportunities
  • All Members receive third party personal liability insurance – & a Quarterly Magazine !
  • Learning, Friendship and Fun !

How Much does Membership Cost ?

  • Centre Membership costs £36.00 a year
  • Badge Training at Lodge Farm every Tuesday & Thursday 5.30-7.30 costs £23.00

Pick up a Membership Application Form Today !

www.pcuk.org –enquiries@pcuk.org

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