Join our happy Shetland pony trekking adventure

This week you can join our happy Shetland pony trekking adventure as our Pony Share Members ride to the bluebell woods.

Shetland pony trekking

Our Pony Share Members are so happy to be out exploring with their ponies, with the ground now much softer and the birds singing, it’s the perfect day for a pony adventure.

Fairy woodland

The children all dismount to go over the rickety bridge to the woods – maybe there’s a troll underneath it? Then it’s back in the saddle to ride between the bluebells on the paths through the woodland. What a lovely scent the bluebells have!  Perhaps there are some fairies in the woodland too – let’s try and find them.

What a happy Shetland pony trekking adventure!

Watch the video to find out more:

Shetland Pony Club is open

  • May Half Term – there are a few extra Starter Rides and Own a Pony Experiences available to book now.
  • Book now for summer and the whole season. Make sure you don’t miss out on pony riding fun.
  • Spectators – more than one adult may now attend with their child.

For your safety we will have COVID – secure procedures in place:

  • Please minimise the number of people attending with your child within the current government guidelines.
  • Adults must wear a mask when signing their child in.
  • You are welcome to watch from our socially distanced benches and marquee.
  • If your child is 5+ adults may leave site provided we have your contact details.
  • You can find out more about our COVID-secure procedures here.

You can book now for:

Shetland Pony Parties, Starter Rides and Own a Pony Experiences at weekends, and in the holidays including:

book now

Do take a moment to watch this week’s video: happy Shetland pony trekking adventure

Enjoy your riding

From Rosemary, the Shetland Pony Club Team and all the Shetland ponies

Contact us on: 07734 950 309 or email:

Watch more Shetland Pony Club TV videos here

Horsey Jargon Buster 2 – Breeds and Types

Have you ever heard people talking about horses and wonder what they mean?

Join Rosemary in this series to learn all about horses and ponies. In this second of our jargon buster videos we explain a few confusing terms you may come across in the horsey world.

Horsey Jargon Buster 2 – Breeds and Types

In this pony advice video, you will find out what the difference is between a “breed” and “type” of horse and what some of the most common terms are.

Watch the video to find out more:

If you’d like to watch Horsey Jargon Buster 1 – What’s the difference between horses and ponies, you can watch it here.

Party bookings are open

If you’d like to book a magical Shetland Pony Party with us in 2019 – do contact the office to find out more and secure your date on:  07734 950309 or

Shetland Pony Club is closed for the winter

The Shetland ponies are on holiday and will be rested and ready for more pony fun from Saturday 2 March 2019.

The office is open all winter and details of when bookings open again will be here, on the weekly emails.


Small Ponies… Big Dreams from

Rosemary, Liz and all the Team and Ponies at Shetland Pony Club