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Burley Manor Riding Stables, Burley
Categories: Equestrian Trails, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Burley Manor Riding Stables is located in Burley. Take a look at our Ringwood vacation trip planner to schedule your visit to Burley Manor Riding Stables and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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Be aware this is no longer at burley manor but has moved. I found Sharon the owner extremely helpful and catered for my non riding partner Aswell as myself and even watched my dog while I was out on t... read more »
This was a fantastic experience from start to finish. We had booked in for a 2 hour ride during our stay in the New Forest. When booking over the phone the manager was very pleasant and informative. W... read more »
I am an experienced horse rider and have worked at riding schools in the past so I know how busy a school can get. I am also fully aware if health and safety. I am 35 years old and I took my two daugh... read more »
Thanks for great horse riding experience! We went for the 2 hour trek on Kipling and Billy who were both very calm natured which was excellent for us as we were both nervous riders. Saw the amazing new forest wildlife and would highly recommend
Best riding stables ever!!!😃
Sadly, a very disappointing experience! we booked as a group of experienced riders, expecting a ride through the new forrest with trot and canters... NOT THE CASE! after having to pay in full in advance, (and having to wait an extra hour) we were put in a massive group of beginners where the horses did nothing but follow the one in front. We saw lots of houses and very little forest. the horses were blatantly tired from being ridden all day and when it was time for the advanced riders to go for a canter, three of them wouldn't go any faster than a trot. all in all very disappointing. even my nine year old daughter said that it was sooooo boring...when we spoke to the manager about it her only suggestion was to come back and pay double for a longer ride! Needless to say we certainly won't be, she refuted the fact that the horses had been ridden all day and were tired even though her staff out on the ride had said just that.
I can imagine that it would be good for kids that are inexperienced but If you have ever been horse ridding before. DO NOT go here. The horses are not allowed to walk out of there line so if the person in font of you stops or dose not trot you do the same. there trip in the forest isn't really in the forest itself as there are houses and roads. I could have fallen asleep and the horses would have just carried on following the one in front. My partner was even board and hes been on a horse once before this bad experience.
I am a rider with over 40 years experience but following a serious riding accident, I had not ridden for nearly 3 years until a recent visit to these stables. I was given a lovely safe horse who although a little slow , was a perfect Gent and gave me back my nerve. I am very grateful to the staff & my mount for the genuine care shown to me. I hope you to go back soon and try a different horse. All the animals looked very well cared for and I would recommend the stables to all abilities.
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