Meet our Horses

King

14hh Chestnut Welsh Section C Cross gelding. Born 1998. Originally from Scotland, he came to us in 2008 from a riding school in Preston. His full name is Kincaid and is a great all- rounder.

Henry

14.3hh Black gelding Cob. Born 2004. He travelled all the way from France with his best friend Georgie, He has settled in well and is now used to teach beginners to ride.

Darcy

15h teenage colored mare. Darcy had had lots of foals in the past and now enjoys being ridden.

Lily

is no longer one of our school horses and is enjoying semi retirement.

Dinky

11.1hh Grey Welsh Section A gelding. Dinky is great for the tiny tot and taster lessons as he is the smallest pony on the yard! he was gifted to us by his old owner Lynn who used to worked with us. to teach for us.

Toby

Coloured cob.
He is on loan to us from his owners who produced him very successfully in the show ring, qualifying and placing, on numerous occasions at the Horse of the Year show. He's now joined the riding school for a quieter life.

Kiki

Kiki is a 13h blue & white mare, although now shes older she appears grey, you have to look closely for her patches! she is on loan to us.

Colin

14.2hh Grey gelding. Colin came from a family in Hereford 10 years ago and has been very useful in the school. He is especially good with the riding for the disabled.

Ivor

16.2hh Bay Irish Draft cross Hanovarian gelding. Born 1998. Ivor came from a private home in Hightown in 2008. He is a good all-rounder and has proved to be very popular with our clients.

Jilly

Originally from Ireland, Jilly, a piebald mare, was bought from a girl in Crosby who was going to university. She is 15hh high.

Fidget

11.2hh Bay Roan mare. She is on permanent loan from a family in Banks who outgrew her. Fidget is a Welsh section A and used to go to local shows.

Obi

Obi is a 15.2 coloured cob. He is a lovely willing boy who tries his best and thrives on a routine and enjoys his work

Penny

12.2 hh Bay mare, Penny was loaned to us in Feb 2013 after her owner Layla Nicholas out grew her but didn't want to sell her on. She regularly took her to shows in the local area.