Equestrian: Olympic Legacy goes on at Tumpy Green

Renee Watkins, the proprietor of  Tumpy Green Equestrian Centre, putting Henry through his paces at Badminton International

Renee Watkins, the proprietor of Tumpy Green Equestrian Centre, putting Henry through his paces at Badminton International

First published in Sport

TUMPY Green Equestrian Centre, in association with Sport England and the British Equestrian Federation’s Olympic Legacy Hoof programme, is inviting the public to come and ride Henry the mechanical horse.

Hoof is part of the 2012 Olympic Legacy programme which aims to help more people to discover horses, get fit and improve their wellbeing.

This is the chance for new or lapsed riders to experience life in the saddle at walk, trot or canter in a highly safe, stationary and controlled environment — suitable for adults and children over eight-years-old.

Groups are welcome. One session per person.

Henry will be stabled with the Equestrian Centre until Friday, June 13.

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