Ross Nye Stable
Established in 1965, Ross Nye Stables in Hyde Park is the longest-established riding school to offer riding in Central London. Horses and riding have been synonymous with Hyde Park since the reign of Henry VIII, when it was used as a hunting ground for the Tudor Court. The Carriage horses from the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace are still exercised daily in the Park, so you may see liveried coachmen driving a team of beautiful Windsor Greys along Rotten Row, early in the morning.
Ross Nye offers hacking and lessons in historic Hyde Park with instructors and horses to suit all levels and abilities.
Younger riders are encouraged to join the Pony Club to learn all aspects of horse care, as well as riding.
The Hyde Park Riding Club is for adult clients, and has a lively programme of lessons, social evenings and outings to equestrian events.