Western Riding East Sussex

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  1. KazRider

    KazRider New Member

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    I'm really keen to have a go at riding western but am struggling to find anywhere local to me.

    Can anyone recommend anywhere or anyone I can contact? I don't have a horse so will need to be somewhere that has it's own as opposed to just an instructor.

    Preferably East Sussex but Kent/West Sussex not too far out of the way.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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  2. Marey

    Marey New Member

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    I think they do Western at West End farm in Hassocks... I did a jumping thing there not so long ago and there was a distinct western flavour to the place. not sure of their contact details or if they do lessons though...
     
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    Sandi_Mac I love western riding!

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  5. KazRider

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    Thanks guys, i've found details for West End Farm.

    Was hoping that I could find somewhere close enough so that i can make it a regular thing, the more I think about it the more I am interested. :D
     
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    Whinneyha New Member

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    Hi
    Susie Anderson is a western instructor and is based at Mayfield, East Sussex.
    She does private tuition as well as groups.
    More info on her website
    www.ridewestern.co.uk

    Hope this helps:)
     
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    Jessey Well-Known Member

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    John and Jacqui at West end farm are really nice, if they are close to you it would be a good place to start and you have the added bonus that they have cattle there too :D They run regular clinics and shows so pop along on one of their shows days (even if you go without your horse) and meet people :D
     
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