Summer is drawing to a close and the blackberries are ripe and juicy in our rewilding fields where the Shetland ponies live. The fields are left to grow wild natural plants and there are plenty of good berries this year. Blackberries are good for Shetland ponies giving them vitamins and they love them .The Shetlands are good at seeking out the juiciest berries and most of our ponies enjoy picking their own blackberries from the bushes… but there is one who is a lazy bones and likes to pinch berries that have all ready been picked…watch the video to find out who it is!

Watch the video to find out more

Booking Update 

Summer holidays are now coming to an end and we have been are so happy to have you back riding with us. Thank you for your support in following the new Cover 19 rules so we can all safely get riding again.

We are very heavily booked for September but we do have availability for October Half term

Check our live booking system regularly to see the extra availability we have, or contact us on: 07734 950 309 or email: info@shetlandponyclub.co.uk

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New minimum riding age of 4

Shetland Pony Club is proud to be one of the first riding schools in the country to be awarded the Association of British Riding Schools Certification for COVID-19 Safe Working Practices. Having risk-assessed our riding in the light of the government guidelines, we have changed the age for riding to a minimum of 4 years old, until further notice.

For children aged 2.5 – 4, we hope to be able to resume riding soon. Keep an eye on our weekly email, social media and the website here for more information.

Thank you for your support in following the new Cover 19 rules so we can all safely get riding again.

Take Care from

The Shetland Pony Club Team and all the Shetland ponies

Contact us on: 07734 950 309 or email: info@shetlandponyclub.co.uk

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