Horse Riding in Bedfordshire
A great Cocktail Making & Spirits Experience within easy reach of Luton, Bedfordshire.
Enjoy a day of horse riding in the picturesque English countryside which is tailor-made for experienced riders. Begin with a safety briefing before grooming and tacking up your horse. After a brief lesson with an instructor to assess ability, take a delightful hack across the beautiful bridleways of Chiltern Hills – mainly open and undulating fields, with beautiful views across Bedfordshire and historic Icknield. Stop for lunch at a village pub before riding back to the stables for the un-tacking and resting of the horses. This is an idyllic way to take your horse riding further while soaking in some truly stunning scenery.
At least two Tuesdays per month throughout the year. Please note, to change or cancel a booking, at least at least seven days’ notice is required.
Riding may be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather (e.g. heavy rain or snow) for your safety as well as that of your horse. If you have any concerns about the weather, please call the venue before leaving home.
Lasts between four to five hours. Riding time is a minimum of two and a half hours and lunch lasts for approximately 45 minutes.
There will be a maximum of eight other participants.
Spectators are welcome and can join you for lunch at a cost of £10 per person, payable on the day by cash or cheque only.
Wear comfortable clothes (e.g. leggings, jodhpurs or track suit bottoms) which are suitable for the weather (no strap tops please) with wellingtons or flat soled boots. Jeans, trainers and lace-up shoes are not recommended. A riding hat is provided.
This activity is for experienced riders only. Minimum age 16. Maximum weight 20 stone (the venue reserves the right to weigh). The mount is chosen to match riders’ age, weight, experience. Under 18s must be met and accompanied to the pub by a guardian.
Please NOTE, participants MUST possess previous riding experience (and have been riding with the past six months), be confident around horses and have the ability to walk and trot. A slow canter is available, but only to particularly competent riders.