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Sandridgebury Riding School

These stables have two full size all-weather riding surfaces with floodlights. There is also a cross country course, six miles of grass tracks, a set of showjumps and a permanent jumping arena. Qualified instructors provide group and private lessons and children are welcome to take part in 'own a pony' weeks during the Easter and summer vacations. A full programme of other events is available on request.


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  • Address: Sandridgebury Farm, Sandridgebury Lane
  • Town: St Albans
  • County: Herts
  • Postcode: AL3 6JB

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So rude - review by aine57528
Just spoken to the lady who owns this yard. Can I just say I have never in my life spoken to someone SO rude, my sister needs to film herself completing a jumping course in order to pass her GCSE PE and this lady said she would not allow her to complete it at he stables as she has never ridden there before! It's a wonder she has any customers given that she turns away people who have not ridden there prior. She then laughed and hung up! So rude, AVOID 13 Mar 17
Sandridgebury Riding School
Excellent teaching - review by poodey

Sandridgebury is under new management and it's fast turning into THE place to learn and ride in the area. There are well schooled ponies for novices, and plenty to keep the more experienced riders happy too. The quality of the teaching is next to none, it really is impressive. And if you just want to hack out, the surrounding lanes, farm land and woodland (including new bridle paths opening up as part of the Hartwood project) are well worth exploring. Importantly, it's also very friendly and welcoming, unlike some other yards around St Albans. I couldn't recommend it enough. [Oct 09]

12 Oct 09
Sandridgebury Riding School


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