Where Should Horse Lovers Visit In London
When it comes to citizens like London, only time we get to see a horse is when we see a mounted police officer on it. However, as a nice surprise, there are several stables, as well as riding schools, across west London, catering mostly to horse lovers and riding enthusiasts.
Horse lovers can also enjoy the annual London international horse show, an important event on the equestrian calendar. The other attraction would be to watch the hit play, War Horse.
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced rider, there are many facilities which you can make good use of, during your stay in London. There is the Hyde Park stables, found near Paddington railway station. You can travel on horseback down the Rotten Row. Don’t go by its name as this is the equestrian heart of England and also a very pleasant spot to visit. Riders with no riding skills as well as advanced and experienced riders are welcome to try this one out.
A little away, Kingston riding centre is just near the expansive Richmond Park in Kingston-upon-Thames. This is another great spot for horse lovers and there are morning, afternoon and evening riding sessions available on the largest green spot around London. And then there is, yours truly, Highbeech Riding School, which offers well guided and safe pony rides in London. If you wish to inject the love of horse riding in the veins of your little ones, there is no better way than to get them started on this pony ride.