Clifton Riding School
The Clifton Riding School in an integral part of our ethos. It is a highlight of the day to see the horses come to “tea” in the afternoons.
Perhaps the most photographed moment for our Riding School and horses is during the annual joBerg2c, when they lead out the riders through our school gates to the sound of the bagpipes.
The Riding School has a grass show jumping arena, a sand dressage arena (70 x 30m), a grass dressage arena (60 x 20m), and cross-country jumps. In addition, the children are able to go on scenic outrides in the forests to the west of the school and on the adjacent farmlands.
The Riding School certainly contributes to Clifton being “the ideal place to grow children.”
For further information, please contact Sanka Belcher at email@example.com.
“I don’t know of a better way to raise kids, observes a father of three, all of them riders. They learn to think on their feet. They learn respect. And they learn to accept responsibility for their actions.”
– Darwin Pluhar
Who can ride at Clifton?
Can I stable my own horse?
If I don’t have a horse can I still ride?
What if I want to ride competitively?
What riding lessons are on offer?
Can I take lessons at Clifton if not a pupil of the school?
Mrs Lauren Menton is our SANEF-qualified riding instructor, and offers lessons to children along with our assistant instructor, Ms Elbe Rautenbach.
For further information, contact Lauren Menton on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0839617675