COURT EQUESTRIAN LIVERY YARD, RIDING SCHOOL & TEACHING CENTRE
Long-established, experienced Instructors, great facilities and lots of horses & ponies
The Riding Establishment was started in 1995 and has grown to being one of the largest yards in the Worcester, Malvern and surrounding area covering both teaching riding and providing livery.
It is a member of the Association of British Riding Schools (ABRS), and is licensed and inspected by Malvern Hills District Council, The school has qualified NVQ Assessors and Coaches, and provides City & Guilds qualifications in Horse Care and similar courses.
Services We Provide
Court Equestrian offers a wide variety of services to all of our students, from Novice to Experienced and
from Tiny Tots to Seniors.
Learn to ride, improve your riding, keep your horse or pony here on livery, join a short course or start a year-long City & Guilds course for general enjoyment or to further your career. Or, for 16-18 year olds it can replace school.
SHORT TERM FREE COURSE for 19+ now available.
AUTUMN SPECIAL MINI EVENTS:
Tuesdays, 2 pm,
1 hour adult lesson £25
1 hour adult hack £25
Approvals & Licences
Court Equestrian is registered with & licensed by Malvern Hills District Council. It is a member of and inspected by The Association of British Riding Schools. It has the usual insurance.
Fun sessions to relax, unwind, and learn a lot: Activities include:
grooming, leading, horse psychology, therapeutic fun while keeping fit! Learn more about our most useful friend.
We provide vouchers for all of these experiences, for Tiny Tots, children and adults of any age.
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About Court Equestrian
Court Equestrian Riding School & Livery Yard , between Malvern and Worcester, Worcestershire attracts riders not only from the Worcestershire area but also from much further afield.
The Riding School is based at Priors Court, the family home of Roy & Sue Pendleton, where Claire Pendleton also lives with her daughters Tessa and Faye and son Jack.
Priors Court is a 16th Century Tudor House, with an interesting history and a long equestrian tradition.
The Riding Establishment was started in 1995 and has grown to being one of the largest yards in the area covering both teaching and livery. It is a member of the Association of British Riding Schools (ABRS), and is licensed and inspected by Malvern Hills District Council, The school has qualified NVQ Assessors and Coaches, and can provide NVQ/City & Guilds training/teaching in conjunction with provider partners.
Open every day except Mondays, when horses rest and farriers are here all day.
Floodlit outdoor school allows late riding under lights on Winter evenings.