Horseback riding on Long Island for beginners and professionals

We found some great equestrian centers.

Do you want to go horse riding? Thinking of the saddle but don’t know where to start? do not worry. We’ve rounded up some of the best equestrian centers on Long Island that serve everyone from beginners to advanced riders and from kids to adults. Get ready to connect with nature on scenic trails, or challenge yourself to take riding lessons and compete in equestrian competitions.

Aureliano Equestrian It is located at Stanhope Stables in Huntington. A high quality riding facility that offers lessons for riders of all levels. With a stable filled with safe, quality horses and ponies, Aureliano Equestrian helps riders of all ages and skills achieve their goals. Whether it’s riding a horse for the first time, becoming a skilled and competitive rider, or winning a major competition, Aureliano Equestrian can reach you. In addition to lessons, Aureliano Equestrian also offers boarding, training, and sales. Location: 7 Downs Road, Huntington, (516) 669-6976.

Park View Equestrian Center – A fully equipped equestrian center with a large indoor riding arena and three outdoor riding rings. Horse owners and riders can ride or rent their horses at the center, and learners can participate in clinics, shows, camp programs, and therapeutic riding programs. Location: 989 Connetquot Avenue, Central Islip, (631) 581-9477.

Suffolk Equestrian Academy Offers a range of services from affordable boarding options to equestrian education programs and everything in between. The perfect place for both experienced riders and first-time novices. Affordable full service rates with many options that cater to horses of all ages and needs, and horse owners of any experience level. Professional riding lessons for riders from adult hobbyists to first-time novices, with private and group options available. It also offers summer and seasonal camp programs as well as a great pony party service, perfect for birthday parties or family events. Location: 188 Belport Street, Medford, (631) 348-1948.

focus farm Focus Farm offers riding lessons, training and boarding for horses in Riverhead. Location: 1200 Cross River Drive in Riverhead, (631) 599-0655.

Island Hills stable – The Island Hills Stable and Equestrian Center offers lessons and training for beginners through to advanced. In addition to lessons and boarding, Island Hills also offers birthday parties and horseback riding camps for kids. Location: 26 Rocky Point Rd, Central Island, (631) 924-4046.

Old Bethbag Equestrian Center – Lessons and training in hunter/jumper, dressage, dressage, western pleasure, gymkhana, and western trail riding. Riders can also come here for year-round trail riding, summer camp, and birthday parties. Location: 499 Winding Road, Old Page House.

Al Mahd Equestrian Academy – Teaches the art of safe equivalency, horse breeding, and horse welfare for people of all levels. Lessons to learn your seat or balance on horseback are offered daily as well. The English language equivalency as well as a variety of fundamentals are taught across disciplines. English language benches are taught including equivalency of hunter, jerseys and dressage benches. Fun and Western Track are included in the programs to create diverse riders as well. Location: 48 Woodlott Road, Ridge, (631) 504-0085.

Rabwah farm – Riding facility and riding school that has been providing equestrian services to Long Island for over 50 years. Fishermen/golfers and dressage instructors are available. Location: 849 Suffolk Street, Brentwood, (631) 435-1880.

Al Reef Equestrian Farms It is located on an area of ​​14 acres and can accommodate 70 horses. This facility has an indoor 80×220 riding yard, with 22 attached booths. He trains and teaches all year round in complete comfort. The arena for equestrian events is the size of a football field (150 feet wide and 300 feet long) allowing them to play polo, schedule horse shows, and host clinics for all disciplines. Location: 200 Bellport Street, Medford, (631) 345-9585.

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