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Horse riding stables prepare to reopen for private one-to-one lessons as easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions continue

Children are climbing back in the saddle as the easing of lockdown restrictions mean that riding centres can now reopen.

The British Horse Society has confirmed all schools, facility centres and livery yards in England may now open their gates again whilst observing government guidelines regarding social distancing.

The change means many youngsters in the area who enjoyed horse riding as a hobby may be able to resume lessons they had to give up when lockdown first came into force at the end of March because of the coronavirus outbreak whilst the announcement is being welcomed by many parents keen for their offspring to safely restart some extra-curricular activities as a break from isolating indoors.

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