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I started riding when i was 9 years old im 16 now. I started as i did not have alot of friends and school and i found it to be a great get away. I suffered from a form of bulimia between the ages of 11 and 13 where my body was rejecting food. The main cause of this i belive was the stress of changing schools. i become so week i couldnt ride any more and that for me was a turning point i made my self eat and i made my self stronger so i could get back in the saddle. The only time i felt completely free and away from the world is when i was having a good canter in the field it drained all the stress away and made me better i advise every one to ride.
Many riding schools i have been to through out the years range in prices.
Visit a charitable, family-run equestrian centre in the beautiful natural setting of the ... more
East Sussex countryside for a full day of horse riding, perfect for both beginners and experienced riders alike. With a host of graceful horses, begin with a tour of the stables, learning about the horses the centre rescues and their stories. Start grooming and tacking up a horse under expert guidance and afterwards, depending on ability, take a one hour lesson or hack in English riding style. At the end of the hour, untack and groom off before breaking for lunch. In the afternoon, learn about stable management taking time to feed and help turn out these magnificent creatures. It's a magical experience perfect for horse lovers.
Perfect for beginners and experienced riders alike, visit a family-run, charitable ... more
equestrian centre in the gorgeous East Sussex countryside for half a day of horse riding. With a team of beautiful horses, start with a tour of the stables, learning about the different horses the centre has rescued and their stories. Groom and tack up a horse under expert guidance and then, depending on ability, take a one hour English riding style lesson or hack. At the end of the hour, untack and groom off. This is the perfect experience for any horse lover that wants to get up close to these magnificent creatures.
Enjoy an overnight break and two days of horse riding in the picturesque English ... more
countryside. The fun starts with lunch, before getting down to the action with a one hour riding lesson where an instructor does an assessment of abilities and provides some handy tips to help you improve your riding technique. Once off the saddle, unwind and enjoy a relaxing night in a double room (or arrange it with the venue if you would prefer two single rooms) in the farmhouse. Start the final day with a hearty farmhouse breakfast to fuel up before heading out on a one hour morning ride in the beautiful surroundings of Pangbourne.