Summer Camp 13th, 14th 15th August - NOT FOR MINIS OR ON LEAD REIN
Few places left for this residential Camp booking essential £300 per child includes food, accomodation and pony hire.
Sleeping Bag, foam or blow up mattress if wanted, pillow, wash kit, riding clothes, sleep wear and ideally a onesie, casual clothing. Any food you just cant live without, sweets in sealed box. PLEASE NOTE ALL PRODUCTS MUST BE COMPLETELY PEANUT FREE.
Mini Camp - 2 day camp non residential for younger and lead rein riders 9.30 - 4.30 pm Wed Aug 21st and 22nd
£140 for 2 days bring a packed lunch wear show riding outfit
BHS Challenge Awards now available all level available, small friendly groups.
BHS Changing lives through horses equestrian facilitated education STARTS JAN 19 more information to follow
H.R.H Sophie Countess of Wessex visiting Divoky
We were so pleased to welcome the Countess who kindly awarded certificates and rosettes to the riders of St Pauls school. The riding was funded by the Back on Track Charity Chaired by Sally Whittaker who also attended with Anne Maw Lord Lieutenant of Somerset. It was a lovely sunny day and the children rode beautifully, the ponies looked beautiful and the staff really pulled out all the stops to make it as perfect a day as possible to welcome the children and their families for this exciting event. Pictures in our gallery.
RDA at Divoky: Pat and Martin were so honored to be presented to
HRH Princess Anne at the RDA conference in recognition of the work with disabled riders carried out at Divoky. With an ever increasing demand for places we have decided in order to expand what we do we need the help of a committee of fund raisers and organisers. If anyone wishes to help disabled people access riding but don't feel able to assist with the leading of ponies or side walking (volunteers always needed) then please consider either joining or helping the committee with fund raising.
Make new friends, develop your skills, try out some of the different horse sports available and get fit in the fresh air! No matter what level you're riding at, your local Young Equestrians group can offer you more than just the opportunity to ride.
Young Equestrians has been designed to provide you with more choice and freedom, helping you to develop skills including leadership whilst taking responsibility for the activities you take part in with your new friends!
The club will be run by an elected committee which will include one adult representing the yard. You will have a chairperson, secretary, events organiser and other committee members the jobs of which will be decided by the committee.
You will be able to hold meetings at the yard using the classroom area, you can organise events at the yard including talks, training and social events. You will have your own facebook page to manage and use to organise everyone and to get feedback from your members regarding things they would like to do.
For those of you who are helping as volunteers we recommend you join the Young Equestrian Leaders Award programme check it out at www.yela.org.uk and gain a valuable accredited award that says so much about you as a person ~ looks very good on that University or College application, C.V. and job application. So ask about joining now.
Diploma Courses for students aged 14yrs
Diploma courses for students aged 16 - 19
Do you want to work with horses?
Dont choose a college that doesnt have its own stables - Divoky Students work full time with horses on a working yard call in an see us for more information
Interviews for 2019 Courses starting NOW!