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Could anyone tell me how much horse riding lessons are for young children,my daughter is 4 and I'm looking into it,been to a few local sites found through Yell that do horseriding but they no price li…
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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months ago
Could anyone tell me how much horse riding lessons are for young children,my daughter is 4 and I'm looking into it,been to a few local sites found through Yell that do horseriding but they no price lists. Just a rough idea how much per hr from anyone who has a child who goes.shes probably a bit young yet and shes quite small to go just yet but she seems to be fairly confident on the donkeys on the beach and the small ponies shes been on when had days out at places.
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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months ago
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#1
in surrey i have just found some that are £40 per hour on your own or £35 per hour for a group lesson. on another site they are a bit cheaper on week days but the lessons are shorter.
#2
tracy013
in surrey i have just found some that are £40 per hour on your own or £35 per hour for a group lesson. on another site they are a bit cheaper on week days but the lessons are shorter.



Damn thats a fair bit,I was hoping they be more like £15-20 a hr or something.Yeh £40 damn my partner doesn't even get paid that for a days work! Ironic thing is my Mum was speaking to someone about it last yr and shes a single Mum who doesn't work and her son as riding lessons once a week cos it got brought up this week,we saying our much my little girl would like to go eventually.
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Mum2Connor&Cerys
Damn thats a fair bit,I was hoping they be more like £15-20 a hr or something.Yeh £40 damn my partner doesn't even get paid that for a days work! Ironic thing is my Mum was speaking to someone about it last yr and shes a single Mum who doesn't work and her son as riding lessons once a week cos it got brought up this week,we saying our much my little girl would like to go eventually.


it might be cheaper in other areas i could only find a few sites with prices on. might be worth ringing round you might get a discount for booking 10 lessons at once, or a free trial but i do agree they are quite pricey
#4
tracy013
it might be cheaper in other areas i could only find a few sites with prices on. might be worth ringing round you might get a discount for booking 10 lessons at once, or a free trial but i do agree they are quite pricey


Yeh thats right,if you pay upfront for more you can get a discount,like driving lessons etc.Damn right pricey.
#5
Unfortunately the prices are quite big because of the overheads, Blacksmiths / vets / stabling / hay for the winter etc
#6
The stables near us in East London charge £10 for a 30 minutes lesson on a Sunday morning, with a group of 4-6 people.

I thought that was a bit steep but £40 an hour :shock:
#7
Lessons local to me (WIgan/Mcr) are around £13 a lesson. I don't know how long they last though. The gear that the little ones that I know wear is so expensive too!! I used to go every week as a kid and I'm sure my parents wouldn't have paid anywhere near the prices today!!!
#8
Seems a variason of prices in different areas then,there quite a lot of horse riding stables around my area so I will need call up if we consider it.
I can't get up £40 a hr even once a week,theres nothing I can cut back on really thats going help me afford it,I've not had a night out in almost a yr and we don't smoke etc.But anything around £15-20 would be more likely.
Once you send them them and they enjoy it,its unfair on them to stop it and I expect they need to go least once a week or once a fortnight at a push.
#9
http://www.horseweb-uk.com/stables/surr.htm

this is where i got the prices from, if you go to the bottom of the page you can change the area
#10
tracy013
http://www.horseweb-uk.com/stables/surr.htm

this is where i got the prices from, if you go to the bottom of the page you can change the area



Thanks i wil have a look see if they can link up 2 some websites and price lists.
#11
When I was going it was about £10-£15

Once she gets a bit older you can reduce the cost by having her helping out at the stables - Kids who like horse riding generally enjoy that too
#12
kelly_o_fanatic
When I was going it was about £10-£15

Once she gets a bit older you can reduce the cost by having her helping out at the stables - Kids who like horse riding generally enjoy that too


Right,well my Mum says shes takes after her for cleaning up certainly doesn't get the cleaning up from me.She loves to hoover and fill the washing machine and always like to get a baby wipes to the spider webs on the toys in the garden.
banned#13
Mum2Connor&Cerys
Seems a variason of prices in different areas then,there quite a lot of horse riding stables around my area so I will need call up if we consider it.
I can't get up £40 a hr even once a week,theres nothing I can cut back on really thats going help me afford it,I've not had a night out in almost a yr and we don't smoke etc.But anything around £15-20 would be more likely.
Once you send them them and they enjoy it,its unfair on them to stop it and I expect they need to go least once a week or once a fortnight at a push.


Is your daughter asking for lessons? Most children I know start to take lessons when they are older. I asked to go when I was little and my parents couldn't afford it. After about a week it was forgotton, then I wanted Ballet and Tap lessons (which they could afford) and the went once and didnt like it.

Why not spend time with her doing something that you can afford.
banned#14
Also, you say you having been out in ages. I think your money would be better spent on a night out once in a while. Having some quality time as a person rather than just a mother is what you deserve. Your daughter will not miss out and will have happy mum.
#15
Prissymiss
Is your daughter asking for lessons? Most children I know start to take lessons when they are older. I asked to go when I was little and my parents couldn't afford it. After about a week it was forgotton, then I wanted Ballet and Tap lessons (which they could afford) and the went once and didnt like it.

Why not spend time with her doing something that you can afford.



No she not asked about it yet but I'm sure she love to go,cos whenever there is any pony rides at any events we go to or when my parents take them to Margate beach for days out they love the donkey rides on the beach.
#16
Prissymiss
Also, you say you having been out in ages. I think your money would be better spent on a night out once in a while. Having some quality time as a person rather than just a mother is what you deserve. Your daughter will not miss out and will have happy mum.


A main reason we don't go out much is its always takes a lot of organising as we don't have any family in the town we live in and my Mum doesn't have a car and its a lot of planning to get the time for her to come over and pick them up,trains never run to your liking etc,sometimes it wears my Mum out having them a couple days as its not really worth them staying over for 1 night and coming all way back so we don't do it often.My Mum & Dad is the only family I have down close to me and my partners family wouldn't consider having them overnight till they much older.
Last year we were going over to to her town and staying at my Mums overnight and then bring the kids back with us the next day,we did that quite a lot. Doesn't really bother us staying in as we play a lot of computer games,I think the internet is litrally 1 of the best things that happened and we play darts and stuff and usually my partner has his friend round 1 evening a week.
I guess it would do some peoples heads in not to go out,but one time we hadn't had a night out in about 3yrs( glad for smoking ban in now ),due to me being pregnant,then of course I wouldn't drink while breastfeeding ( when i drink I don't just have a few!) and then I wouldn't like to leave a baby young,thats just my personal decision,I don't knock anyone who would etc,its just my personal choice to do that.
I know we going have a few nights out soon shortly so I ain't in no hurry.

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