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rainbowmagic1974 Tue 05-Apr-16 10:49:57

Hi, my daughter is desperate to go on a pony camp this summer. She will be 11. She has found one in Suffolk that looks great, but is a long way from home.
We are based in Oxfordshire and my parents live in Wales, does anyone have any recommendations for pony camps around these areas? I don't mind a bit of travel, and I'd appreciate any advice. Thanks.

Noitsnotteatimeyet Tue 05-Apr-16 23:32:28

Dd's been to Wellington several times and has had a fantastic time

The instructor at her stables rates the instruction there too

liger Tue 05-Apr-16 23:34:59

I clicked on this thinking Wellington too - I went to their holiday camps as a kid, and went on to help out at the stables every Sunday. Lots of very happy memories.

TopPony Thu 07-Apr-16 16:45:07

Asti Equestrian in Goosey close to Oxford

DraughtyWindow Sat 09-Apr-16 09:24:09

I did my training at Wellington! Yes, their camps are brilliant. Not cheap though. You might find that they're all booked up now :-(
Alternatively, you might be able to join a closer Pony Club Centre? You don't have to own a pony to join and they still do similar activities to a Pony Club, including rallies and camps. smile

CatchIt Sat 09-Apr-16 09:25:30

I went to Wellington too!

You could always pop into the Horse and Hound Forum and ask there?

rainbowmagic1974 Sat 09-Apr-16 10:31:50

Thanks all X

rainbowmagic1974 Sat 09-Apr-16 12:43:40

Just been to Wellington ... Amazing, have booked her in x

DraughtyWindow Sat 09-Apr-16 18:28:05

Brilliant! She'll have the most brilliant time! grin

TeamSteady Sun 10-Apr-16 22:20:51

I went to wellington when i was 13 (I'm 31 now!) and had the most fabulous time i would go back tomorrow if i could

Noitsnotteatimeyet Mon 11-Apr-16 16:51:13

Lucky minirainbow smile

This will be dd's fourth year in a row - she starts planning her next trip almost as soon as she gets home...

Eve Tue 12-Apr-16 14:01:41

Join pony club or a pony club centre.

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