We are an approved British Horse Society Riding School.

We are also members of the Approved British Riding School.

We have a lovely selection of horses and ponies to learn to ride on. All are safe and sensible but are mainly ex competition horses and ponies so are very capable of doing any discipline you want to learn, or if you want to quietly hack about we can take you around our lovely grass tracks.

Tamsin Conyers : Accredited British show jumping Coach/ UKCC Level 3 coach

Kath Walter : BHS I / Accredited Ride with your Mind trainer

Andrea Hilton : UKCC Level 2

Tamsin teaches Monday to Friday 2.00 till 9.00 but can squeeze a lesson in at other times if required.

Andrea Hilton also teaches on a Thursday and fills in for Tamsin from time to time through the week, also filling in for Kath on a Saturday.

Katherine Walter  teaches on a Saturday from 10 till 1.00.

Lucy Blowers: UKCC Level 2,teaches through the week and on a Saturday

Odette Darge: Trainee UKCC Level 2, teaches on a sunday morning.


Lesson cost : as from 1st October 2017

Shared 50 minute £40 each

Shared 30 minute £35 each


Private half hour £50

Privte 50 mins £60


Young children taster session- half hour £30


Hack £35 approx 50 minute


Private lesson on your own horse £50, 60 minutes


Here's some of our riding school horses and ponies.

Hamish - 13.2hh. One of our amazing ponies that we re homed from the RSPCA Amersham rescue case. He is hugely popular as he can turn his hand to most things winning rosettes in showing classes and popping around a small course of jumps. To having a good canter across the fields.

Leo -14hh. Yet again another Amersham pony. Leo is our super star who can turn his hand to most things, jumping around the cross country course to being a really safe ride for a couple of our disabled riders.

Tonka - 15hh. Tonka ia our ' million pound pony' . He has seen his owners 4 children through Pony Club, has competed side saddle at all our county shows and is a fantastic little horse to gain confidence in any discipline. He can turn his hoof to dressage or cross country, or happy hacking, he loves it all.

Emily - 13.3hh, piebald mare. Really sweet pony, forward going and eager to please. She was an RSPCA pony that we rehomed when she was 3 yrs old. She is super fun to ride and is great in the school or outside around the tracks, with a cute little jump.

Happy - sweet little 13.2hh pony. Happy has taken children around their first little jumping courses and is a great pony to hack, jump and walk, trot and canter.

Limbo -  16.1hh bay gelding. He's a lovely person to be around and even nicer to ride. He is a Trakehner and has done a bit of dressage. He is well known for his very bouncy trot!!!

Boss - our largest horse standing at possibly near 18hh (will put the stick on him one day) and is a super chap. Keen and very light to ride he has done a bit of everything including jumping BS up to Newcomers, cross country and dressage. Is great to hack around the tracks and is a lovely friendly person.

Hatty - was our biggest horse until Boss arrived standing at 17hh. She's a gentle giant. She's an Irish mare who has spent most of her life hunting. Tamsin has taken her out show jumping which she loves so is very good for more experienced riders who want to have jumping lessons but can also be amazingly quiet with novice riders and due to her very smooth stride makes it easy for novice riders to get into trotting.


Lola - beautiful 17hh, skewbald mare. A lovely addition to our stable at the end of 2014. She's an angel to do in every way, suitable for novice and experienced riders alike. Very well schooled with a super jump, she's a dream to ride.:).

Lacota - 14hh. We have rehomed her for a friend who is downsizing so we have been lucky enough to welcome her into our team of horses. Lacota can turn her hand to most things and is a forward but sweet ride. She can dressage and jump so takes part in most activities.


Annie - 12.2hh, she is another one of our gorgeous RSPCA ponies. She is a beautiful pony who has excelled in showjumping competitons, being on one of our gold medal winning academy teams. Quite a forward pony, she is great for more confident children who are progressing quickly. She arrived at Weston with a foal at foot, Wiggins, who's now 5 and starting his ridden work.

Halla - 14.2hh, Haflinger mare. She's a little whizz. Loves to zoom and is great for confident teenagers or small adults. She can pop a fence in the school and loves cross country.

Fin - 15hh skewbald cob. Lovely boy to ride, easy to school, jump and canter across the fields. Very popular boy.

Jody - 10.2hh, gorgeous little skewbald mare. Great lead rein pony, can be quite speedy when doing gymkhana games, but also is fabulous for our RDA groups and little riders.

Solomon - 15.2hh, black gelding. Lovely old boy who is fairly slow and steady, a real confidence giver. Can work nicely in the school or have a hack around the tracks.

Patch - our gorgeous little pocket rocket, 12 hh. Yet another RSPCA pony who arrived at 2 yrs old with our resident shetland Hooligan. He was backed by Morgan who then took part in all pony club activities and excelling in his jumping. He's super for small confident riders

Competiton horses.

Valerie B - lovely bay mare that i jumped up to 1.30 and brought up to Grade A, and has numerous wins at a lot of venues. Sire: Hold Up Premier."Everyone should have a Val B". I leased her to a young rider in 2014 where they qualified to jump in the Children on Horses teams taking us to Belgium, gold medal winning team, Germany and the European Champs in Italy. I leased her again in 2015 and we had another amazing year with good results here and abroad, and a great 2nd place in the Hickstead Childrens final. I have now sold a half share in Val to Tara who rode her in 2014, and they are having a very successful 2016 so far.




Night Life - Super home bred gelding, out of Grade A mare My Life that I jumped for 12 years and by Caretino Glory. He was backed summer 2011 and has proven to be quite a tricky horse over the years. In his 10th year now he is finally starting to strengthen and grow up, jumping double clears in Newcomers and Foxhunter classes. He qualified for the Amateur final this year and is slowly becoming a really nice horse.

Quittana Z - has now been sold to Ireland and we wish her new owners every success with her.

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