Hack your own horse in the Chiltern Hills
We are open for day rides on your own horse and to book your holiday in line with Government guidelines
Sean Fletcher interviewing Jackie & Ted Howard-Jones about safer off-road riding and access to the countryside.
Sean Fletcher, Presenter of BBC Countryfile at Cholsey Farm Riding
Partnering with Ordnance Survey
Cholsey Farm Riding is proud to be partnering with OS allowing us to provide 'Trusted' Routes on the OS App, which will further help our self-guided riders to follow their route and confirm their location at any time. Our paper maps (laminated) will continue to be provided and they now have a QR code for each route.
The Chilterns 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' (AONB) is the perfect backdrop for you to enjoy hacking your own horse around our farm, along beautiful bridleways and quiet country lanes.
Choice of Routes
Over 15 different circular rides direct from our farm take you through lovely villages, through stunning scenery and past country pubs or cafe's where you might want to stop for a coffee or lunch.
Or simply ride round the wide grass margins on our farm*. Well signed and plenty of lovely views and uphill canter opportunities.
A warm welcome
Park your box or trailer securely, talk to us about a route that will suit you and your horse and make use of the facilities;
Water, buckets and sponges available for you after your ride.
Maps & Directions
In order to help prevent the spread of Equine Flu, we will not allow any un-vaccinated horses at Cholsey Farm Riding, your boosters need to be within a year to be valid.
Please bring your 'flu certificate/passport with you when visiting Cholsey Farm Riding
Equine influenza (flu) is highly contagious so will spread rapidly through an un-vaccinated population of horses. It does not usually cause long term or fatal illness, but can lead to horses having large amounts of time off work.
I loved the ride as I don’t often do anything like that on my horse so it was great to do something different in beautiful surroundings and I’m so pleased that Cello behaved himself as that’s given me confidence to do some more!
Claire Dyett & Cello - January 2018. Claire came on Guided Ride
We're easy to find
Just 5 minutes from M40 Junction 5 (Stokenchurch)
Head into Ibstone, pass 'The Fox Country Inn' on your left
When you see the cricket pitch slow down
Turn left @ the red phone box into 'Cholsey Grange'