Depending on your child’s age, and your budget, you can find a riding school to suit your needs in Luxembourg. Here is a handful to get you started on that equestrian adventure.
At Baybees, Anna Skippon offers the opportunity for children aged between 2-12 years to not just learn to ride, but also to interact and care for the ponies. Holiday programmes are also offered. Please note at the time of writing there is a waiting list for classes with her, but you can add your child’s name to the waiting list by contacting Anna.
Address: Maison 1, Weyer, 6155 Luxembourg
Languages: English, French, German
Fees: Start from €30/30 minutes for children under 3, and €50/hour for private lessons. Group lessons also available, please contact Anna to discuss
Contact: Send an SMS 691 880 678 – baybees.riding.school@gmail.
Taking children from as young as 4 years old, children learn to interact with the ponies through fun and games. Please note at the time of writing there is a waiting list for classes here that you can add your child’s name to by contacting the stables.
Address: Brouch (Mersch)
Languages: Luxembourgish, German, French
Fees: This depends on the child’s age and ability. Please contact the stables directly.
Contact: +352 691 611 425 – email@example.com
From 7 years old children can begin lessons here.
Fees: per hour lesson, individual €44 and group €27
Contact: 26 61 02 69 – firstname.lastname@example.org
A wide range of horses and ponies are available for lessons and hacks, catering for beginners to advanced riders.
Languages: Luxembourgish, German, French, English and even Italian.
Fees: A range of prices exist, please contact the stables directly, but expect to pay around €20 for a 30-40 min lesson.
Contact: +352 621 194 681 – email@example.com
From 6 years old children can begin taking private lessons until they are confident enough to take out a horse on their own. After this they can join in with a group lesson.
Rob’s Arena and Rob’s kids Arena
Rob’s Arena Equestrian Centre is conveniently located in Findel, surrounded by the forest, which is ideally suited for the horse and riders. It has two indoor arenas; for dressage and ponies and outdoor arenas for jumping, warm-up and dressage.
Fees: Pony walk in the forest 15€ , lessons 30 min 20€ lessons for adults 32€ 1 hour . Group lessons 26€
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