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Therapeutic Riding
In Therapeutic Riding the aim is to teach basic riding skills and horsecare, gradually decreasing the level of assistance required; riding is taught but there is also a focus on th...

Pathway to Volunteering
Volunteers at Shiresmill Therapy Riding Centre are supported throughout training by a buddy and of course their favourite horse. There is so much interesting information to learn ...

Riding
At Shiresmill we offer Therapeutic Riding. Lessons are all under the direction of a trained RDA Coach and take place as listed under 'Session Times'.

Treasurer
Rachel Stewart

Our Facilities
Our custom–built Centre was opened by HRH The Princess Royal on 4 September 1996. The Centre has both outdoor and and indoor arenas complete with mirrors, a cabin for the use of o...

Meet our Ponies
Introducing our Ponies at the Shiresmill Centre! They have been trained specially so that children and people with physical disabilities, medical conditions, learning difficulties...

Rider Organiser
Lesley Furnell

Volunteer
Shiresmill Therapy Riding Centre is run entirely by volunteers who give a great deal of their time to help with the many and varied roles required for the smooth running of the Cen...

Peat
Being a Shetland Pony, Peat stands at just 8.2 hands high, but he has a big personality! He’s very hairy and has little legs but can gallop very fast.  Peat was born on ...

Pony Welfare Officer
Cat Simpson
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