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Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in ARTICLES

Riding in Hyde Park

Riding in Hyde Park

Hyde Park is one of the biggest London’s eight Royal Parks and definitely the most famous as a venue for national events since the Great Exhibition of 1851. Apart from big celebrations and concerts, Hyde Park offers several quiet places to those who love nature and sports. Rotten Row, once a meeting place for the upper class members, has now become a long route for horse riding. A 1380 metre course available to all customers and members of the local stables. Ross Nye is one of them. Set just along the Rotten Row, it’s one of the most famous stables in London since its foundation in 1965. The riding school is popular among adults and children thanks to the philosophy of the founder and the great location. Hyde Park covers over 350 acres and it’s a spacious plot for horse lovers and trainers to roam and exercise daily until 6 pm, daylight permitting. If you love horses but don’t feel comfortable riding one, you can simply enjoy take a...

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