Horse riding in Singapore

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Post by donnadb » Sun, 27 Jul 2014 7:22 pm

nush wrote:I am thinking of signing up at Bukhit Tima Saddle Club. Did a trial ride, was also not absolutely happy but better than Turf Club... and in the meanwhile I miss riding so much that I am thinking of investing the money... :cry:
Hi there,

Did you ever sign up at the saddle club? If so what is it like? I am interested in the dressage and jumping. I am thinking of going for the trail ride? any feed back will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

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Post by maneo » Sun, 27 Jul 2014 10:00 pm

donnadb wrote:
nush wrote:I am thinking of signing up at Bukhit Tima Saddle Club. Did a trial ride, was also not absolutely happy but better than Turf Club... and in the meanwhile I miss riding so much that I am thinking of investing the money... :cry:
Hi there,

Did you ever sign up at the saddle club? If so what is it like? I am interested in the dressage and jumping. I am thinking of going for the trail ride? any feed back will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
This site gives a brief overview of the riding options in the area:

http://www.honeykidsasia.com/singapore/ ... singapore/

For the Polo Club, there are second hand memberships that can be much more affordable.

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Post by Nicole80 » Sat, 02 Aug 2014 2:40 pm

For bukit timah saddle, do we need to be a member? Or can we just pay as we go?

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Post by donnadb » Mon, 04 Aug 2014 11:14 pm

Nicole80 wrote:For bukit timah saddle, do we need to be a member? Or can we just pay as we go?

Hi Nicole,

I contacted the BTSC if your a beginner there is currently a six month wait list. If you are already a rider then it's slightly shorter waiting time. The thing that put me off as an experienced rider is that if you are not a member then you can only ride in a group min three people. You pay $400 for 4 lessons if the group is 3 people or smaller then you will only get 30mins on the lesson. This is no good if you want to improve on your riding and get to know the horse if your experienced.
I have been going to the STCRC for the last three months you dont need a membership there, they do group and private lessons and the horses I have ridden or have seen are fantastic and well looked after. The staff are great especially Andrew for private lessons.
the price is very reasonable and you get you full 45mins and actually learn something. It works for me.

Donna :D

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Post by clairexx1 » Fri, 12 Dec 2014 3:17 pm

Hi guys

Is anyone interested in taking group horse riding lessons at the STCRC? I'm still a student so it's the cheapest option now and I really want to learn more, sighs. Also I have learned the walk and can do a little rising trot, so if you're interested just drop me a pm!!

Claire:)

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