This weekend we will be Remembering the War Horses as part of the commemorations to mark 100 years after the end of the Great War 1914-1918.
Over half a million horses were requisitioned from the UK. They were farm horses used to pull military equipment and riding horses used for the Cavalry.
Horses came from other countries too: from Russia; Australia and South Africa. Incredibly over 8 million horses took part in World War One.
Remembering the War Horses
The War Horses were all cared for daily by soldiers and the partnerships that formed between them were of great comfort during the tough war years.
We still have a few Pony Mornings and Starter Rides available to book before we close for the winter.
Pony Mornings – are 2 hours long and are perfect early riding experiences for children from age 4 years old. £49 per child.
Starter Rides – are 45 minutes long and specially designed first riding experiences for children from age 2½ years old. £39 per child.
You can book online here or give us a call on 07734 950 309 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to ride a Shetland pony in 2019?
Our last riding weekend before the winter is 24-25th November, then the ponies take a holiday. They will be ready for more pony fun from Saturday 2nd March 2019. Details of when bookings open again will be on the weekly emails.
Small Ponies… Big Dreams from
Rosemary, Liz and all the Team and Ponies at Shetland Pony Club