Horse Share Scheme in London
‘Horse Sharing’ schemes are becoming more and more popular and we have one here for you at Kingston.
While owning your own horse is the best choice to give you unlimited riding access and the confidence to improve your riding with the same animal, both the cost and the care commitments can be a stumbling block, so our share a horse scheme is available to give you a real taste of what is involved with owning a horse including detailed insight into the costs and commitments of looking after your own horse.
Sharing a horse has become increasingly popular at Kingston Riding Centre. This scheme is ideal for anyone who would like all the benefits of owning a horse without actually having to buying one.
Sharing a horse is also perfect for riders who wish to ride more and develop a relationship with a particular horse at the stables.
This is something only to be considered by the more capable rider as a certain degree of knowledge and ability is essential and it does offer the opportunity to take your riding to the next level.
Equally for anyone considering buying a horse in the future, sharing is an excellent introduction to what is involved and also gives considerable insight to what owning a horse entails without the full commitment of purchase.
Nicky, our very experienced and highly qualified Kingston Riding Centre manager, will work closely alongside the Client to select a horse which best suits their needs and abilities. They are then free to ride the horse at any time convenient to them on their set day; this may be out hacking or in one of the arenas, or on lessons.
Many of our clients who have chosen to share a horse with Kingston Riding Centre have said how pleased they are because they can enjoy the freedom it gives them and they are not committed to riding at a set time as they would be for an escorted hack or lesson.
Anyone wishing to discuss sharing a horse should phone the Yard Manager Nicky on 0208 546 6361
An article from July/August 2016 edition of Local Rider is featuring Kate Hewson and our very own Bill. Well done Kate and Bill