Horsemanship was once a vital skill, much like the ability to avoid sailing off the end of the earth or discern which pizza trees were poisonous. Master an ancient art of survival with today’s Groupon to A&T Equestrian in Surrey. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get a one-hour riding lesson for one (a $50 value).
- For $40, you get a one-hour riding lesson for two (a $100 value).
- For $70, you get a one-hour riding lesson for four (a $200 value).<p>
Within the balmy surrounds of a 212’x70’ indoor riding arena, A&T Equestrian’s cadre of equine riding experts introduces students of all ages to the art of pony piloting. During the one-hour session, visiting steed-bestriders snuggle into saddles as instructors expound upon the essentials of English riding such as walking, jumping, and cantering whilst pouring tea. Lessons focus on fun and the development of new skills while putting an emphasis on safety—instructors are also fully qualified in first aid. Youthful pupils aged 7–17 convene for lessons in a junior group, and those 18 and older mingle with fellow grown-ups and swap gossip about scandalous mortgage rates in an adult group. Students must bring a bike helmet along to the lesson to ensure complete cranial protection.
A&T Equestrian Centre
With a climate-controlled indoor riding arena as well as an outdoor riding ring and paddocks, A&T Equestrian Centre provides grounds for year-round instruction in the art of equine piloting. During lessons, students climb into saddles as instructors expound upon the essentials of English riding such as walking, jumping, and cantering. Lessons focus on fun and the development of new skills while also emphasizing the importance of proper riding gear and safety practices. Instruction is available for adults as well as children as young as 3 with parent participation, and A&T further caters to youngsters with a variety of party packages specially designed for kids and teens.
What some people are buzzing about:
“My daughter had a great time and can't wait to go back and learn more about horses :)”
“Great place - great people :-)”
“Use name tags so you don't forget the kids names. :)”