We offer a variety of riding tuition to people on our horses or their own horse.
Most of our tuition takes place midweek, including evenings. There is the occasional weekend riding.

Riding Instruction from Beginners to Advanced – all customers start with a one to one (or two) assessment session which allows us to tailor our instruction to your needs. Following the assessment, riders may continue on a private basis or join a small group with riders of a similar standard.

One, Two or Three Day Clinics - aiming to improve your skills for a riding holiday or hunting season or dressage, show jumping or eventing. (Using your own horse or one of ours.)

Take Up The Reins (TUTR) – an opportunity for complete beginners who have always wanted to "have a go" or "Rusty Riders" to get back in the saddle with other fellow enthusiasts in a friendly supportive environment. This is part of the Sport England initiative following the Olympic Games.

Exam Training - specifically geared towards the BHS Examinations from Stage 1 – Stage 4 and Preliminary Teaching and Intermediate Teaching Tests. These sessions are available by arrangement please phone or e-mail to discuss your needs.

Riding and Road Safety Training and Tests are run at Berriewood by Sue Lee. For information please contact Sue directly: 01743791621 (Mobile:07855891936)

General Horse Care – courses tailored to your requirements, designed for new horse owners (or parents of children with a pony). It will familiarise you with the routine care and some of the pitfalls to look out for. These sessions are available on a one to one basis, by arrangement.

Group Booking - we cater for school bookings and youth groups, including summer schools during the school holidays.

Riding For The Disabled (RDA) – Rea Valley Group is one of around 500 member groups of the Riding for the Disabled Association. The Group, which is based at Berriewood Farm, has been running for over 25 years.