Lee Valley Riding Centre

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Go horse riding in London at Lee Valley Riding Centre. The centre in East London offers pony trekking, livery services, equestrian facilities, well-schooled horses and ponies, and top class tuition. Read More
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About

If you're a complete beginner or looking for advanced tuition in competition disciplines, Lee Valley Riding Centre has something for you; from our own a horse mornings to our learn-to-ride courses.

Facilities include an indoor arena and two floodlit outdoor arenas, show jumping and cross-country courses and café. We also offer group and private lessons, birthday parties and evening courses.

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Venue Details & Map

Lee Valley Riding Centre

Address
71 Lea Bridge Road
Leyton
London
E10 7QL
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 8556 2629
Email
Website
http://www.visitleevalley.org.uk/en/content/cms/outdoors/lee-valley-riding-centre/
Public transport:
The nearest train station is Clapton on the Liverpool Street line and is a 10 minute walk from the centre.

Facilities & Accessibility

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Yelp Reviews

5.00 out of 5
based on 3 reviews

Top 3 reviews of Lee Valley Riding Centre

1.0 out of 5
26 April 2018
by Mohsin M.

do not spend your hard earned cash here they wont refund or give you alternate lesson!

postcode is wrong,place does not exist , postcode will take you into area where building is under construction next to it is big industrail area.

when you try to call them they dont answer phone, goes into voice mail which they dont reply.

manager cassandra / rachel does not know how to speak to customer,... more

3.0 out of 5
05 October 2009
by StephanEsq

A fairly decent place for trying horse riding, or for a first few lessons when moving to London. Let me explain...

Lee Valley Riding Centre is part of a community/council sports projects (ice ring, football pitches) and as such is perfectly organised: health and safety, open to the wider public, accessible by public transport, standardised teaching. It doesn't get much safer for beginners,... more

4.0 out of 5
23 December 2008
by Derry N.

This is another valued addition to the quirkiness of the Leabridge road, where E5's urban dystopia turns visibly to countryside in a matter of yards. Driving up the long approach road between swaying beech trees and neighing mares, you would be forgiven for thinking you were somewhere near Newmarket. The illusion of rural calm continues inside as horses are hay-strewn stable to training yard... more

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