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Redesdale Equestrian is situated in the picturesque surrounds of the Redesdale Valley between the villages of Otterburn and Elsdon.

We offer livery, schooling and competition services for all types of horse, as well as training for grassroots and leisure riders with their own horses.

Our yard is home to an array of horses and ponies, from happy hackers to competition horses.Β  All of our four legged (and two legged!) friends have their needs individually catered for in a relaxed, friendly and professional environment and we pride ourselves in providing the highest standard of equine care and customer service.

What’s going on at Redesdale?

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2 days ago

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It is with regret that I say we will are no longer able offer riding lessons for people without their own horse or pony.

Our riding school started as a small enterprise and ran alongside other activities and services at our centre. Over the last six years it has grown to the extent that it cannot exist without impacting those other activities and cannot be separately managed successfully without my input, for which I simply don’t have enough hours in the day.

Trying to manage the centre through the difficulties of this year has made it clear that this is the right decision.

I will continue to teach people with their own horses and ponies and we will continue to offer arena hire, guest clinics and livery services.

I will also be putting my energies back into the fantastic team of home-produced eventers that I have, with a view to getting back out competing again next year.

It is with great sadness that I say goodbye to many lovely clients that have given me so much fun teaching over the years and I hope that everyone can find a way to keep riding and the tonic that it brings to our lives.

Best wishes to all, Helen x
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It is with regret that I say we will are no longer able offer riding lessons for people without their own horse or pony. 

Our riding school started as a small enterprise and ran alongside other activities and services at our centre. Over the last six years it has grown to the extent that it cannot exist without impacting those other activities and cannot be separately managed successfully without my input, for which I simply don’t have enough hours in the day. 

Trying to manage the centre through the difficulties of this year has made it clear that this is the right decision. 

I will continue to teach people with their own horses and ponies and we will continue to offer arena hire, guest clinics and livery services. 

I will also be putting my energies back into the fantastic team of home-produced eventers that I have, with a view to getting back out competing again next year. 

It is with great sadness that I say goodbye to many lovely clients that have given me so much fun teaching over the years and I hope that everyone can find a way to keep riding and the tonic that it brings to our lives. 

Best wishes to all, Helen x

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A fantastic yard with the highest of standards - wishing you all the luck and happiness with the eventers 😊

Enjoy your horses and let’s see a fantastic season next year with your lovely eventers now you’ll have the time to put into them xx

Aww what a shame , but you have to do what is right for you good luck with your new ventures x x

sad news Helen. hoping one day to be able to box Hatchi to you for a lesson

Wishing you all the best Helen. X

Maxine Daley

Hoping to be able to treat myself to a lesson once times are more normal again.

Ah Helen this is very sad but I know it won’t have been an easy decision to make. Will look forward to seeing you do your thing with your fab team of horses. X

Such a shame but like you say you can’t do everything. You will have given a lot of pleasure to a lot of children and adults. Good luck xx

Sad news.........But in a positive light I think you’re making the correct decision πŸ‘ I’ll just have to find someone else to put Kate in the saddle

Best of luck for your future projects πŸ‘πŸ˜Š

Sorry to hear this Helen, wishing you success for your future! Good luck!!

Good luck helen and thank you for giving Maddi such amazing memories xxx

Skie is so sad to hear this but she understands it not a easy decision for you we hope to work with you in the future

That's so sad, I'm sorry you've had to make that decision. We just discovered you 😒

Such sad news Helen but you have to do what is best for you, good luck πŸ€πŸ€πŸ€πŸ€

So sad to read this. Wish you all the best of luck xx

Oh no, sad news. Tough times

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Lovely day for Dude to get back outside.... but I don’t think 13 bucks in a row was in the rehab plan πŸ₯΄ Neither was the rug malfunction πŸ™„πŸ€¦πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ ... See MoreSee Less

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Oh my word....he has been so good, must have needed that release!

Just joyous.

That is pure joy! He’s obviously feeling pretty darn good

Nice bit of self spinal adjustment there πŸ˜‚

Loved having a good scratch! 😍

Dude, your so funny πŸ˜†πŸ˜‹

He’s looking so well.

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So pleased with my Giant Ginger Jumping Ninja today! πŸ¦„πŸ€© Just her third jumping session after almost two years on the sidelines and despite being more cart than horse, she is fabulous and I love her to bits 😍

Here’s hoping we can keep us both out of the sick bay so we can give next year a proper crack 🀞🏻

#roobear
#billyaphrodite
#seemartinshecanjump πŸ˜€
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More hopefulness, good keep it coming.

Love her quick little lead changes down that last line 😍 so clean behind she really try’s doesn’t she x

Lovely to see...Both working hard x

Don’t tempt her!

Roo...adorable Roo 🀩

What a jumper, she is the buzz.

That’s a lot of horse!

I had forgotten how big she is!

Clever Roo bear πŸ»πŸ™Œ

sand pen next?

lovely!

What a good ginge!! Did Mr Dodd doubt her abilities?! πŸ˜‚πŸ™ˆ

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2 weeks ago

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More good news today as Dude’s progress gets a big thumbs up from our amazing physio Helen Mathie who has been treating him regularly since his op.

Stitches out tomorrow and then he’s allowed out in his field pen before starting work in hand next weekπŸ΄πŸŒ±πŸŒ±πŸ˜€

Hopefully he will continue to progress well and will be another string in our bow for next season🀞🏻🏹✈️ and it will all be due to our amazing team at Scott Mitchell and physio Helen who have brought my broken little man back from the brink πŸ™πŸ»β€οΈ

#onwardsandupwards
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More good news today as Dude’s progress gets a big thumbs up from our amazing physio Helen Mathie who has been treating him regularly since his op. 

Stitches out tomorrow and then he’s allowed out in his field pen before starting work in hand next weekπŸ΄πŸŒ±πŸŒ±πŸ˜€

Hopefully he will continue to progress well and will be another string in our bow for next season🀞🏻🏹✈️ and it will all be due to our amazing team at Scott Mitchell and physio Helen who have brought my broken little man back from the brink πŸ™πŸ»β€οΈ

#onwardsandupwards

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Lovely to see him and great to hear some good news for a change 😘

He looks absolutely fabulous, well done both teams.

A little bit of sunshine between the clouds today...

Charlie and Chloe showing huge promise in their first lesson together with John Hill todayπŸ¦„β˜€οΈπŸ˜„

What a massive opportunity this pair have, can’t wait to see them progress 😊
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A little bit of sunshine between the clouds today...

Charlie and Chloe showing huge promise in their first lesson together with John Hill todayπŸ¦„β˜€οΈπŸ˜„

What a massive opportunity this pair have, can’t wait to see them progress 😊Image attachment

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Looking so fab Chloe! He’s a handsome lad!πŸ’ͺ🏻

Wow, lucky Chloe

Mines the same!!

Look at her smile on that top photo 😍

Neither can I...happy days x

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