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EQUESTRIAN SERVICES AND HORSEBACK RIDING SCHOOLS IN GHANA

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Petting horses, horseback riding, and carriage horse riding are essential services provided in all equestrian facilities with specializations based on the facilities available. There is an outburst of love for horses and horse-related activities in Ghana. Petting horses in Ghana is a service provided free of charge to horse lovers in Ghana once certain conditions are met. Horseback riding is popular in Ghana with a few facilities developing horse carriage riding in this part of the African continent.

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 HORSEBACK RIDING SCHOOLS IN GHANA YOU CAN HAVE RIDING LESSONS FROM.

In Ghana, the interest in equestrian activities is increasing rapidly such that every resort near you may have horses for recreational activities. What if you want to become a professional rider or jockey? who can you trust and where can you get the required training and exposure for yourself or for your children?

This article will help you identify some trusted ridding schools in Ghana that would give you the horse riding skills you need in well-organized horseback riding classes.

1. ACCRA POLO CLUB RIDING SCHOOL

Services: first-class horseback riding lessons for all age groups and all levels of experience from novice to professionals.

contact:+233244358922

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2. BURMA CAMP SADDLE AND POLO CLUB

services: horseback riding lessons for all age groups

contact: +233208135898

Direction; off Burma camp road

3. BREEZE EQUINE SPORTS AND RECREATION CLUB

Contact: +233545504161

Direction: Ghana Armed Forces Saddle and Polo Club, Burma camp

4. SADDLE RIDES STABLE

services: riding lessons, wedding escort, funeral escort, carriage riding, horse rentals

Contact: +233545770047

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5. STARCORD RIDING CLUB

services: horseback riding

contact: +233246812812

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6. OUTLINE SURVEYS EQUESTRIAN

services: trail riding (morning and evening sections), horseback riding class, horse rentals for all occasions

contact: +233244508141

Directions: Aburi botanical gardens

7. st. Georges Height

services: horseback riding class

contact:+233200100134

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WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN YOUR FIRST HORSE RIDING LESSON

Dress up appropriately before a horse riding lesson making sure you have a helmet on and a shoe with heels.

There is always the need to groom your horses before a ride since this gives you the opportunity to bond with your horse while keeping the skin and hooves clean. You would also identify with experience if your horse is not well or maybe lame which will prompt you to call your equine veterinarian.

After grooming, put your saddle on the horse beginning with a comfortable saddle pad. Fix your bridle which is more of the headgear of a horse with a bit and reins on from which your horse will be governed. From this stage, you need to mount your horse. Follow this set by step video lesson on some of the things you will learn in your first ridding lessons.

TRAIL RIDING AND CARRIAGE RIDING SERVICES

There are only a few facilities that provide these services at the time this article is being written.

  • outline surveys Equestrian provides trail riding services

 

  • Safari ValleyResort provides horse petting services, horseback riding services, and carriage riding services

contact: +233593815601

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CONCLUSION:

the number of Horseback riding schools and equestrian services is growing even more with the rise in people’s interest in equestrian activities.

Reference:

  1. GoogleMaps
  2. google images
  3. YCMC
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Dr. Enoch Obeng is a Veterinary Surgeon certified by the Veterinary council of Ghana. He graduated from the school of veterinary Medicine, University of Ghana. He has passion for and love animals which led him into training to become a veterinary Surgeon. His patience, humility, dynamism and adaptability enable him to execute tasks under pressure and make difficult tasks appear simple. His experience in general practice brings him closer to nature and his animal patients. Enoch Obeng is entrepreneurial and has a number of businesses registered to his name