Whether you are an experienced rider or a curious rider-to-be, a riding lesson can be so much fun! Three of our farms offer certified instructors to help you get a new experience or improve your riding skills.
At FarmCamps BoeBaDoe you can take a lesson at Tuesday and Saturday with Floor who is a certified Riding Instructor and can offer lessons for the experienced and inexperienced rider, both young and old ? You can chose from a Shetland pony, a Haflinger, a ‘B-pony’ (117 to 127 cm) or an ‘E-pony’ (148 to 157 cm). Something for everyone!
Farmer’s wife Carolien is a certified riding instructor and can help you with your first steps to riding a pony, improving your riding skills or even overcoming your fears. Every morning she gives a small group lesson and it doesn’t matter if you have never ridden before. Both the novice and experienced riders are welcome.
At Fleur Stables it is also possible to take riding lessons to improve your skills. The lessons are given on a one to one basis and Thirza, a riding instructor, will give you lots of advice and tips. Lessons are on a first come first served basis and so you need to book them directly with the farm, this means that a suitable pony will be chosen for your level of riding skills. When you are a beginner and you would like to have more days of lessons. Check the Pony Diploma!
Book an extended riding lesson (1.5 hours) on the farm with Annemarie, a qualified instructor for both experienced and novice riders. Her lessons include both theory and practice – great fun! Choose from one of the Shetlands; Welsh or Tinker.
Do you love ponies and would you like to ride one of our sweet ponies? Instructor Lisanne takes you through everything that comes with driving. From getting the sweet ponies out of the meadow, brushing, saddle up and of course great riding. A pony lesson takes about 60 minutes.
Do you want to book the pony riding lesson in advance? Then take a look at the website of De Bosrand itself.
We are happy to answer all your questions.
Available on working days between 09:00 and 17:00
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