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Anyone in the Portsmouth area can recommend any horse riding schools that do lessons for kids?

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Rorytigger Fri 18-Jul-08 13:39:33

Want to take the DD's for a pony riding lesson - anyone been to any in the Portsmouth area?

snorris Fri 18-Jul-08 13:44:02

I don't personally,but I can ask on the NFED if you like?

largeginandtonic Fri 18-Jul-08 13:46:09

There is a riding school on the way in to Stubbington. I have been past it a million times but don't know the name! Will look on my way past next time!

Rorytigger Fri 18-Jul-08 13:46:10

ooh snorris - would you. The DD's are 3 & nearly 5. I'm guessing it'll be a 30 min lesson (if they are not too young of course!)

lionheart Fri 18-Jul-08 13:55:26

There is also one in Portchester which I've been told is very good.

snorris Fri 18-Jul-08 16:00:38

Ok,will do. Might be this evening before I get back to you as it's only a small site.

kando Fri 18-Jul-08 16:07:20

[hijack] ooh, large g&t, where abouts are you?

I was going to suggest that one too - we live in Stubbington.

largeginandtonic Sat 19-Jul-08 19:25:33

Crofton Manor, they have a website. I drove by slowly today!

Kando am in Alverstoke, where are you!

snorris Sun 20-Jul-08 21:02:11

Finally got some info . There's Fort Widley or Pook Lane Stables,Hayling Island,details here. I also found a list of riding schools here but it does involve some trawling through to find addresses.

Eve Sun 20-Jul-08 21:09:37

hello snorris... haven't seen you for a while?

unfortunately haven't been able to do anything this year at Wimbourne..

There was Dryad , which was an excellent shcool but i\ see now closed.

kando Mon 21-Jul-08 16:30:27

Oh, not far at all then! We are in Stubbington, the Plymouth Drive side.

kando Mon 21-Jul-08 16:31:02

[that last message was for largeg&t] hmm

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