pony trekking


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pony trekking

the act of riding ponies cross-country, esp as a pastime
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Wales is a popular destination for those pony trekking enthusiasts who want to make the acquaintance of a four-legged friend.
WORK has started on the first indoor pony trekking centre in the Midlands.
With all this, plus seaquaria, zoos, go karts, ten pin bowling, pony trekking, quad trekking, and even archery in your sights, planning a winning family halfterm programme is child's play.?
Staff from Grant Thornton in Birmingham took part in Business in the Community's Give and Gain Day, the UK's largest action of employee volunteers, working at Hole Farm Pony Trekking Centre, Bartley Green.
His nerves soon melted away though, when he saw the horse he was going to ride at Ballahimmin Pony Trekking Centre in Cronk Y Voddy, a 15-minute drive from Knockaloe Beg.
The location is ideal for walks, leisure centres, fishing, golf and pony trekking.
The club at the centre in Grange Avenue, Binley, Coventry, gave eight to 18-year-olds the chance to have fun going bowling, paint balling, pony trekking and playing a host of other sports and games.
THE Queen has scaled down pony trekking at Balmoral after too many overweight riders tried to hire the animals.
Winning trainer Evan Williams said: 'A friend of mine, Ben Pollock, could not sell him at the sales so I said: 'Put him on my box and I'll give you pounds 300 for him to go pony trekking.' He did, and the rest is history.'
Most holidays are multi-activity, but each centre has its own speciality such as football, pony trekking or even learning circus skills.
Whether it's relaxing in the Jacuzzi or dancing the night away, visiting the mini farm or pony trekking, there is always something to do on site.
Winter Week Check out Crannog Tours, a chocolate festival and pony trekking in and around Kenmore, Aberfeldy, from today until February 23.