Priority notice for Shetland Pony Club Summer Camp

Shetland Pony Club Summer Camp is coming up. With lots of summer pony fun for children aged 5 years and over, we want to make sure you don’t miss out, with this subscriber’s priority booking notice.

What happens on Shetland Pony Club Summer Camp?

Children arrive at 9.30am and spend the whole day with their own Shetland pony until 4pm.  There are pony themed days, such as vet’s day, where children learn all about pony care, as well as dressing up and riding their ponies through the beautiful countryside.  We go to the woods, through the cornfields and, if it’s hot enough, we can even take the ponies paddling in the river. At Shetland Pony Club Summer Camp you learn to ride your pony, look after him and enjoy being with him, all day long. It’s an amazing holiday club day.

Watch the video to find out more:

When are Shetland Pony Club Summer Camps?

To make sure you don’t miss out on Shetland Pony Club Summer Camps this year, we’ve added an extra week.

  • Monday 22 July – Thursday 25 July 2019 – spaces
  • Monday 29 July – Thursday 1 August 2019 – spaces
  • Monday 5 August – Thursday 8 August 2019 – almost full
  • Monday 19 August – Thursday 22 August 2019 – almost full

Can I come to camp for a day or a week?

You can choose to enjoy individual days, or a 4-day week with your favourite Shetland pony. It’s up to you.

Timing: 9.30am – 4pm Monday to Thursday

Age: 5+years old

Cost: £125 per day or £500 per week

Find out more: https://shetlandponyclub.co.uk/whats-on/summer-pony-club-camps/

How do I book?

You can book online here now

BOOK NOW

Any questions? Do contact Liz in the office for more help on: 07734 950309 or info@shetlandponyclub.co.uk

Can’t come to camp? – book now for more summer pony riding

We’d love you to join us for pony fun, if you can’t make our camp days, or your child is not old enough.  Do book ahead as the ponies are very popular.  We are open at weekends and throughout the summer holidays for pony fun.

Which pony ride should I choose?

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.

Pony Mornings – are 2 hours long and are delightful early riding and learning experiences for children from age 4 years old. They cost £55 per child.

BOOK NOW

Any questions? Do contact Liz in the office for more help on: 07734 950309 or info@shetlandponyclub.co.uk

Small Ponies…Big Dreams from
Rosemary, Liz and all the ponies and the Team at Shetland Pony Club

Shetland Ponies Morning Routine

Did you know that our Shetland Ponies’ morning routine is quite a busy one?  They love to come and be ridden by the children, but first, they need to get ready for their busy day.

Shetland Ponies Morning Routine

What kinds of things do you do in the mornings?  Do you do any of the same things that our Shetland ponies morning routine includes?

Do you think they brush their teeth or pack a school bag?  How do they get ready for their day?

Watch the video to find out more:

Leave a comment below and tell us about your morning routine. Is it the same as the ponies’ routine?

Extra dates added for Easter Egg Hunts 

  • Saturday 13 April 2019  2.30pm – 4pm– New date added
  • Sunday 14 April 2019  2.30pm – 4pm – New date added

Easter bookings are filling up fast

We’d love you to join us for pony fun over the Easter holidays from Monday 1 April 2019 through to Sunday 21 April 2019 (except on Fridays 5 and 12 April, which are the ponies rest days).

Which pony ride should I choose?

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.

Pony Mornings – are 2 hours long and are delightful early riding and learning experiences for children from age 4 years old. They cost £55 per child.

Easter Egg Hunts – are fun Shetland Pony Treasure Hunts for Easter, with riding along a trail and chocolate eggs to find in the countryside. Enjoy 1½ hours of Easter fun for children aged 4 to 10 years old. They cost £55 per child.

  • Saturday 13 April 2019  2.30pm – 4pm– New date added
  • Sunday 14 April 2019  2.30pm – 4pm – New date added
  • Thursday 18 April 2019  2.30pm – 4pm – fully booked
  • Good Friday – 19 April 2019  9.45am – 11.15am – fully booked
  • Good Friday – 19 April 2019  11.30am – 1pm – fully booked
  • Easter Saturday – 20 April 2019  2.30pm – 4pm  – almost full
  • Easter Sunday – 21 April 2019  2.30pm – 4pm – fully booked

We are closed on Easter Bank Holiday, Monday 22 April 2019

BOOK NOW

Any questions? Do contact Liz in the office for more help on: 07734 950309 or info@shetlandponyclub.co.uk

Small Ponies…Big Dreams from
Rosemary, Liz and all the ponies and the Team at Shetland Pony Club

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Children’s riding boots – what’s best?

Join Rosemary in this week’s pony advice video to learn all about children’s riding boots and find out what’s best to buy.

See the different types of riding boots that are available for children. What are the differences and benefits of long and short jodhpur boots? Does the colour matter?  Should you buy leather boots?  Are cowboy boots ok?  What are the pitfalls to look out for when buying boots?

Download our guide to children’s riding boots here

Watch the video to find out more:

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.

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 950 309 or info@shetlandponyclub.co.uk

 

Small Ponies… Big Dreams from

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

Horsey Jargon Buster 3 – Colours

Have you ever heard people talking about horses’ colours and it makes no sense?

Join Rosemary in this video to learn all about horses and ponies’ colours. In this third of our jargon buster videos we show you some colours and explain why they have the names that they do.

Horsey Jargon Buster 3 – Colours

In this pony advice video, you will find out what the difference is between a piebald and a skewbald pony. Did you know why a white horse is actually called a “grey”?

Why not download the handout before you watch the video and fill it in as you go. Then, you will never be confused again!

Download our Picture Guide to Pony Colours here

Watch the video to find out more:

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. Details of when bookings open again will be here, on the weekly emails.

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 info@shetlandponyclub.co.uk

 

Small Ponies… Big Dreams from

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