Horse Riding Lessons and Hacks
To suit all ages & abilities
Horse riding for everyone!
How do I book?
You will need to book via our online booking system. We cannot take bookings or make changes over the phone or by email. For full info on how to register & how the system works click here.
For a description of all riding sessions we offer scroll down…
About our Stables
Set within the traffic-free confines of the Centre and its surrounding 80 acres of woodland and pasture, Clyne Farm Stables is the ideal venue for all levels of riding expertise.
We have a range of horses and ponies who are all constantly trained and assessed for their suitability for all levels of riding experience, age, and physical abilities.
Whether you’re on your own or with a group, you will have a fantastic time riding with us here at Clyne. You’ll get the unforgettable experience of horse riding with a beautiful backdrop of the panoramic view of Swansea Bay and the North Devon coastline.
Clyne Farm Centre is a member of the Wales Trekking and Riding Association (WTRA), adhere to all safety regulations and are inspected annually.
Group, semi-private or private lessons:
- Beginner Lead Rein: 30 mins.
- Beginner Off Lead Rein (walk independently): 30 mins.
- Intermediate (walk & trot independently): 1 hour.
- Advanced (walk, trot & canter independently): 1 hour.
- Advanced (Jumping): 1 hour.
We are not a trekking centre. So to hack out you will need to be able to ride at Intermediate Level at least. This means you can ride independently & control your horse/pony at both walk and trot as a minimum.
Group, semi-private or private hacks:
- Intermediate (walk & trot independently).
- Advanced (walk, trot & canter independently).
A 15 min led walk is usually plenty for children aged under 5. Children aged 5 years and older can try a 30 min ride.
For young children, we ask that a parent/guardian walk beside them.
A led walk is also a great option for the whole family as children and adults can all ride together.
ADOPT A PONY
You adopt your own pony for the day and learn how to look after its every need including grooming, feeding and tacking up, before you ride out on the great Gower plains. A half day includes a ½ hour lesson/hack. A full day includes two ½ hour lesson/hacks.