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All our usual activities are running over the half term such as Own a Pony Days, Half Day Courses and Pony Club. For a more detailed look at what all of these are, please see our Activities page.

PONY CLUB and YOUNG EQUESTRIANS (Over 13yrs) are looking new members. If you are interested, please get in contact with us for more information. (Intake is year round)

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Holiday Activities

Each school holiday we host a selection of activities designed to cater for all ages and abilities. Please see the Activities page for a more detailed description of what each of them are.

Occasionally more Activity Sessions can be organised if there is a demand for them. Let us know if you want something on a particular day as we may be able to set something up, especially if there is a small group of you.

May Half Term 2017

** BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY SPECIAL **

Private groups of 3 or more people (adults or children) can ride for a special price of

- £20.00 per person for 30 minutes

- £25.00 per person for 45 minutes

Add a 30 minute Stable Management session for just £15 per group

Monday 29th May

Half Day Course

11am - 1pm

£29.00

(All abilities)

Tuesday 30th May

Own a Pony Day

10am - 4pm

£50.00

(Beginners/ On the lead rein)

Half Day Course

2pm - 4pm

£29.00

(Beginners/ On the lead rein)

Wednesday 31st May

Pony Club Rally

11am - 1pm

£20.00

(Members only)

Thursday 1st June

Mini Hack with Fun and Games

11.30am - 1pm

£15.00

(All abilities)

This activity includes a short hack in the local area followed by games both on

and off the pony, and may also include some pony care.

Friday 2nd June

Own a Pony Day

10am - 4pm

£50.00

(Off the lead rein)

Half Day Course

2pm - 4pm

£29.00

(Off the lead rein)

Group lessons are also held on both a Saturday and Sunday for beginners and current riders.

£22 for children & £23 for adults per hour. Lessons held a various times.

Note: On the lead rein activities can be attended by anyone but will be aimed at beginners covering the basics. Off the lead rein activities cover more advanced techniques so can only be attended by those that already ride at Bowlers without a helper walking along side their pony. On occasion, the duration of an activity may be reduced slightly if there are insufficient riders taking part.