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.

Lessons & Hacks have now started again.

We are almost back to normal activity!

OUR NEW INDOOR RIDING SCHOOL
IS NOW FINISHED,
We are all looking forward to it!

ALL RIDERS: PLEASE SIGN UP TO THE ONLINE CALENDAR
OF ACTIVITIES + BOOKING SYSTEM. 
THIS IS NOW THE MAIN WAY TO BOOK YOUR LESSONS.
YOU CAN PAY ONLINE OR ON THE DAY.
YOU WILL ALSO GET ALL UPDATES TO ACTIVITIES QUICKLY.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO.

A new 7-session City & Guilds short course
will start end-April for Adults.

More information is here.

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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 and partner Marc.

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 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 provides NVQ/City & Guilds training/teaching as an Outreach Teaching Centre for Abingdon & Witney College for both 16-18 year olds (in place of school/college) and adults.

Contact

Stables office: 01905 831522. Admin & accounts 01905 831 778

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Opening Hours

Open every day except Mondays, when horses

rest and farriers are here all day.
Floodlit indoor & outdoor schools allow late riding under lights on Winter evenings.