In-Hand & Liberty Lessons
EXPLORE EQUINE BEHAVIOUR & HORSEMANSHIP
A wide range of different skills are taught in these lessons, depending on your specific needs and preferences. From lunging and long-reining to liberty work and equine behaviour, we can cover all aspects of horsemanship in inspirational surroundings. In-Hand & Liberty sessions can be arranged on a 1-2-1 basis or as part of a wider group.
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45-MINUTE SESSION | £68 WEEKDAY | £79 WEEKEND
These sessions help to improve the horse’s ongoing education by focusing on skills such as lunging, liberty work and long-reining, which help to promote balance and movement whilst increasing confidence. Training exercises such as these, offer the ideal preparation for any future schooling that your horse might undertake. All aspects of equine behaviour and horsemanship can be explored here, either in individual lessons or as a group. When booking your first lesson with us, please specify which particular discipline(s) you’re interested in, so we can choose an appropriate horse to match your requirements.
Please note: All new clients will need to visit us for an Introduction Lesson before undertaking any of our other lessons or riding experiences. This is essential, as it lets us assess your ability in the saddle.
We are located three miles north-east of Chichester, 30 miles from both Brighton and Southampton, and an hour’s drive from the M25 (J10).
Our booking system includes a rider registration step and the first lesson available to new registrants is an Introduction Lesson. These are mandatory requirements and also allow us to ensure you get the most out of your time in the saddle. Please note that as per our booking conditions we are unable to give refunds.
All riders must bring their own hats.
If you cancel within 48 hours or fail to turn up for any reason, your payment will not be refunded.
Lessons and other sessions cancelled with more than 48 hours' notice will be rescheduled to a date within six months of the original appointment.
Riding is an all-weather pursuit and goes ahead even in inclement conditions.