Camelot Riding School

MORE ABOUT CAMELOT

Camelot Riding School has been offering horse riding lessons in the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town (Durbanville) since 1993.

Riders of all levels and ages are catered for – from beginners to advanced/competitive riders. The school also covers all disciplines: basic riding, show jumping, dressage, equitation etc. and the full time instructors are experienced and/or qualified.

Other services offered include livery; show assistance and schooling horses.

Lesson Structures

RIDING TIMES:

MORNING – Morning lessons are popular for our adult riders from 10:00 to 12:00 in the week.

AFTERNOON – Afternoon lessons start from 14:00 to 17:00 and are available for kids from 6 years to Adults.

SATURDAYS – Summer: 8:00 to 12:00 , Winter: 8:00 to 12:00

SUNDAY and PUBLIC HOLIDAYS – CLOSED


THERE ARE 5 DIFFERENT LESSON STRUCTURES NAMELY:

GROUP LESSONS – for riders over eight years old. A 45 min lesson once per week with never more than six riders per lesson. Riders are grouped according to level of riding and age group as far as possible. Riders are assessed continuously so that they are always placed in a group benefiting their personal conditions.

UNDER 6 YRS LESSONS – 15 minute lead-rein lessons for children under the age of 6

UNDER 8 YRS LESSONS – Our youngest riders must be older than 6 years old. A 30 min individual lesson once per week. Riders at this age benefit more from individual attention.

INDIVIDUAL LESSONS (1/2 HOUR) – For all beginners or new riders to ensure they get individual attention. After they have learnt all the basics they can move into a group lesson

INDIVIDUAL LESSONS – These lessons are preferable for riders who has their own horse or riders who are competitive.

*Due to possible strain on our horses backs from a heavier rider, we have to make the cut off weight for a beginner rider 80 kg.


Camelot Riding School offers 15min lead-rein lessons for children under the age of 6 and for autistic children.

Below are links to riding schools in the Western Cape who cater for special needs and disabled children.

Sleepy Hollow Horse Riding Logo

South African Riding for the Disabled Association