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Lanner Equestrian Centre

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Holiday hack

Visited with my son on holiday last month and went out for a hack. We have our own ponies and were... read more

Reviewed 11 September 2012
Tracy S
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Leyland, England, United Kingdom
Amazing place to ride

I have been to many other riding stables, but all i did was go out on a 1 hour ride and that was... read more

Reviewed 11 August 2012
Emy199319
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Porthtowan, United Kingdom
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11 Jan 2013
“terrible riding. Don't go!”
11 Sep 2012
“Holiday hack”
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Our aim is to teach horsemanship and horse riding from the ground up, preparing all of our clients with a solid knowledge and foundation of how to understand, handle, care for and ride a horse. Then, when they are ready to have their own horse, they...more
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Tregiffian House, Lanner TR16 6EY, England
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Reviewed 11 January 2013

i went to lanner stables for a day ride. im an experienced rider yet was given a fat, slow, lazy pony. The guide couldn't get her horse to trot or canter so we spend 5 hours riding at walk! we had a couple of short...More

1  Thank Vicky C
LanEquesCentre, Manager at Lanner Equestrian Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 21 March 2013

I'm very sorry to hear of your less than perfect experience with us, as you can see from previous reviews this is not the norm and we will endevour to ensure it never happens again. Best Wishes.

Reviewed 11 September 2012

Visited with my son on holiday last month and went out for a hack. We have our own ponies and were getting withdrawal symptoms! Don't be put off by the initial appearance. it isn't mega posh like some places but the people are great, very...More

Thank Tracy S
Reviewed 11 August 2012

I have been to many other riding stables, but all i did was go out on a 1 hour ride and that was it. But coming here I learnt how to tack up and care for a horse as well as riding out with a...More

Thank Emy199319
Reviewed 25 July 2012

I recently moved to Cornwall and thought it was about time I got back into riding properly after a 10 year break. I tried out Lanner Equestrian centre and didn't bother going anywhere else! I became a member of the riding pool and it's fantastic....More

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Reviewed 24 July 2012

Been riding at Lanner for about 3 months now and it feels like a dream come through. As part of the riding pool now I love having the opportunity to ride a range of different horses each of which offers new challenges and opportunities for...More

Thank Rosie H
Reviewed 21 April 2012

Only been once so far but i loved the philosophy of the place and all of it's volunteers. All very dedicated, caring and empathetic with the horses. ;)

Thank SamTancock
Reviewed 4 January 2012

Lorraine and her team are very special. They bring the true meaning to horsemanship. Their passion is so obvious in all areas. Lorraine's horses are the best loved animals I've seen at a riding establishment. There is nothing riding school about this place. It is...More

1  Thank Pixiecoco
Reviewed 7 November 2011

If you want to learn (or want your kids to learn) all round horsemanship, including handling and caring for horses on the ground as well as riding then I cannot recommend Lanner Equestrian Centre enough. Its perfect grounding if you are thinking of one day...More

4  Thank GillSpencer
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