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St. Brides Major Riding & Pony Trekking Centre
Enfys Farm, Farmers Arms Lane,
St. Brides Major.  CF32 0SD

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Horse riding for all the family.  Treat someone to a riding lesson; enjoy a picnic, beach or pub ride; walking ride on horseback (ideal for beginners whatever their age); own-a-pony day (includes stable management). 

Learn to ride, improve your riding skills or go pony trekking.  Learn about the care of your pony or horse, and stable management.  Horse riding for all the family from beginners to improvers as well as the more experienced rider.   

Special events featuring jumping, clear round jumping, dressage, handy pony, mounted games, polo cross, trekking and picnic rides. 

Open all year round.  Evening/day trekking from Easter to October.  Note: children from 4 years. 

There is also a small, friendly club for youngsters from four years old that meets weekly and has an annual camp.   

Tel: 01656 880000 and ask for Julie

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