Bosvathick has a 42m x 22m indoor riding arena, with a brand new riding surface of the most up to date equestrian silica sand and fibre. There is also a roomy viewing gallery for any spectators who wish to come along and watch.
There are various lessons available for both children and adults alike, from beginner to experienced.
All instructors are B.H.S. or B.S.J.A. qualified and are sympathetic to every riders’ needs.
1/2 Hour Private Lessons – £25
1 Hour Group Lessons – £22
> Loyalty scheme available to reduce this cost to £20
½ Hour Group Children’s Lessons – £16
> Loyalty scheme available to reduce this cost to £14
Our hacks are on our own farm and woodland between Easter and the end of September, which keeps us totally away from busy traffic for those holiday months.
During Winter, we offer hacks around quiet lanes and bridle paths for those that have done a little more riding.
We ensure that rides are organised according to ability with the opportunity to go at a slightly faster pace around the woodlands.
1 Hour Hacks – £20
½ Hour Children’s Lead Rein Hacks – £16
> Only available from Easter until the end of September
Hard hats (to current BHS requirements) and suitable footwear must be worn; footwear must have a smooth sole and a defined heel; shoes with buckles, platform or ribbed soles or high heels will not be permitted. For beginners, hard hats and crops can be hired, subject to availability. Regular clients are expected to wear correct riding attire.
Group discount is given to bone-fide schools or clubs with a minimum of eight riders.
All new clients must complete a client details/liability waiver form prior to their first lesson. All information received will remain private and confidential.
We expect to ride in most conditions and appropriate clothing should be worn.
To maintain a high standard of horse welfare it is necessary for us to impose an upper weight limit of fourteen stone on riders.
Bosvathick Riding Stables are closed all day each Monday
We operate a no smoking policy throughout our premises.
Horse Riding Risks
Horse riding is a risk sport. Whilst we make every effort to ensure the safety of our clients and their property, clients must accept the risk of personal injury or loss, for whatever reason, while attending the establishment.