Shetland Pony Visiting

Shetland Pony Visiting and photography has been a huge success Our pony share members have really enjoyed connecting with their ponies after lockdown. So, we would like to give more children the chance to come and enjoy some pony company. You will NOT be able to ride but can still have a lovely time with your adorable Shetland pony.

Pony dreams can come true at Shetland Pony Club

What happens on Shetland Pony Visiting

You can enjoy pony visiting, grooming, and a chance to walk a pony with supervision through the meadows. There will also be a chance to take photos of your child. Please understand that with Shetland Pony Visiting, your child will NOT BE RIDING due to 2m social distancing rules.

There will be very strict and unbreakable rules, for everyone’s safety and you may bring only one adult and one child per booking – no exceptions. Parents must be able to help their child, by leading a pony under our supervision. You can download our rules for attending these sessions here.

Minimum age for Shetland Pony Visiting is 4 years old.

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How to book Shetland Pony Visiting

Time: 45 minutes, Cost £40.  Gift vouchers are accepted.

If you would like to come Shetland Pony Visiting contact us on: 07734 950 309 or email:

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Customer feedback on Shetland Pony Visiting

“Thank you so much for today’s visit to see Gordon. My daughter absolutely loved it and if the truth be known so did I! It is clear how much thought and work went into making today possible and we are keeping everything crossed that we can spend more time with you all at the Shetland Pony Club this summer.”  Gillian – child aged 7

Thank you so much for today.  My child had an amazing time and loved seeing Nottingham again.” Lisa – child aged 5

“I just wanted to say a huge thank you for allowing us to come and visit Toffee. My daughter had an absolutely wonderful time. She has missed seeing Toffee so much and thoroughly enjoyed putting daisies in his mane and taking him for a walk afterwards. To be able to do something lovely for her when things have been so strange and confusing, meant so much to us.”  Marianne