We are often asked, where do our Shetland ponies live? Do they have stables nearby and what do they need to eat to be healthy?
Keeping Shetland ponies in a natural way
At Shetland Pony Club, we have been keeping our Shetland ponies in a natural way for over 10 years, at our Ranch in Surrey.
Shetland ponies are best kept on a variety of long grasses and different plants, in large fields where there is a choice of foods and natural shelter.
Our meadows have been rewilded over 10 years and have the right mix of organic plants to keep our ponies healthy.
Find out which plants Elgin Sunset and Hector Moonbeam like. Is clover good for Shetland ponies?
Back to school riding at Shetland Pony Club
September riding is almost full at Shetland Pony Club. Do book ahead for:
Pony Mornings – are 2 hours long and are delightful early riding and learning experiences for children from age 4 years old. Children enjoy both riding and pony care. They cost £55 per child.
Starter Rides – are 45 minutes long and are specially designed as first riding experiences for children from age 2½ years old. They cost £40 per child.
Any questions? Do contact Liz in the office for more help on: 07734 950309 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Small Ponies…Big Dreams from
Rosemary, Liz and all the ponies and the Team at Shetland Pony Club