Horse Riding in East London
Have a Go lessons are group sessions for complete beginners, where riders can experience being on horseback in a relaxed, safe environment on well trained horses and ponies. You’ll learn the basics from mounting to mastering trot. Riding hats and boots are free to borrow with this lesson, so why not...have a go!
Horse riding business offers horse riding lessons for beginners through to more experienced riders as well as superb equestrian facilities, including top class tuition in London. Whether you’re a complete beginner, returning to the sport after a break or looking for advanced tuition in competition disciplines, Riding Centres has something for you. As well as group and private lessons the programme of activities includes birthday parties, pony days, horseball and evening courses.
Facilities include an indoor arena and two floodlit outdoor arenas, show jumping and cross country courses, café and spectators area, and for horse owners therehave many things. The British Horse Society is committed to promoting, through its Approvals scheme, the highest standards of equine welfare, equestrianism and customer service at riding schools, livery yards and trekking centres.
Our Approved Establishments have horse and pony welfare along with client safety and satisfaction as priorities. All establishments are insured for public liability and comply with the latest health and safety legislation. To uphold the scheme’s standards and ensure quality services, unannounced annual inspections are organised.
Head to Lee Valley Riding Centre in Leyton where you can enjoy its fantastic facilities — an indoor arena, 2 floodlit outdoor arenas, showjumping and cross-country courses, a cafe and spectators area. Its programme of activities includes pony days, horseball and evening classes.
In 1973, Ida wanted to get ponies and children together for their mutual benefit. That aim remains today. Over 20 years ago, by popular demand, a livery stables was established. Both businesses continue to express the same ethos with which it started.Aldersbrook Riding School organises activities for children and for adults all year, as well as special activities for children with our lovely horses and ponies during the school holidays
Docklands Equestrian Centre is a BHS & ABRS approved riding centre and offers riding lessons and training all the year round. They have both an indoor arena (20 x 60m) and outdoor menage (20 x 40m) with an all weather surface. They cater for all levels of rider including Riding for the Disabled (RDA).We have 22 horses and ponies and offer private, semi-private (maximum 3 persons) and group lessons daytime and evening to suit riders of all abilities from very experienced competitive riders to absolute beginners.
High Beech Riding School first opened to the public in 1970 and their aim today is the same as the day we opened, to teach you to ride, or improve your riding in a friendly atmosphere and pleasant surroundings. High Beech Riding School is situated in High Beech village in the centre of Epping Forest, Essex and cater for all riders, from teaching the beginner or novice in their indoor school to experienced riders wishing to improve their technique.