Wellington Riding is a covid secure site with all Adult Holidays for 2020 having strict social distancing procedures in place.
Adult Holidays run throughout the year across the different disciplines and can be booked by the half day, full day or up to a 3 day course. Depending on your course length, you can ride for up to a maximum 3 hours per day and also receive lectures in both practical and theoretical horse care. All abilities can be catered for; we have school master horses suitable for novices up to more competent advanced riders, or you can bring your own horse with you. Riders bringing their own horses receive a 20% discount and if required can hire a stable for the duration of your course. Riders who hire stabling will be responsible for looking after their own horse.
There is also the opportunity to enjoy a tailor-made holiday for you, or a group of your own choice, to work on your own individual programme of training.
“A first-class time away! The coaches gave me so much valuable advice, I have improved so much in confidence and my time was fun yet perfectly organised!”
Bookings are open to riders with the minimum riding requirement of being able to walk & trot independently. All riders must have their own equipment & follow our covid secure procedures in place on-site.
All bookings for Adult Holidays 2020 are via ECPro (the online system we use for booking riding school lessons). If you are a new client, you will first need to register with ECPro.
Once you have registered with ECPro, a member of our reception team will call you within 72hrs to verify your account, answer any questions & talk you through the ECPro booking system. You will then be able to book on you chosen dates under the ‘Courses’ section on ECPro.
As standard we offer transfers not refunds, please see our riding lesson Terms & Conditions which are applicable to all bookings.
We currently have a reduced reception team & are experience a high volume of booking enquiries, therefore we do appreciate if you can kindly email with any queries or specific requests rather than call so that we can work through processing them more efficiently.