Equestrian Activities for Kids - Runaway Bay (4216)

the Gold Coast Region, Queensland (QLD)

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Equestrian Spirit
“The horse, with beauty unsurpassed, strength immeasurable and grace unlike any other, still remains humble enough to carry a man upon his back.” – Amber Senti Horses to me are not just a hobby they are my life and every day they prove to me they are worth it. I am a qualified EFA riding instructor and have 23 years riding experience, 11 years teaching experience and ride competitively at state level dressage. Over the years I have been exposed to horses of every breed, temperament and education ...
Close to the heart of the Gold Coast quality horse care and riding education from complete beginners ages from 3yrs old. Start your experience with our 3-10yr old saddle club from only $25 or get the very basics in everything horse care, connection and balanced riding through our introductory horse power clinics 3hrs only $115. Normal group rate one hour lessons $60pp. Great scenic peaceful location with quality instruction personalised to your needs on our wonderful horses or you own.

Other sport activities for kids - in and around Runaway Bay (4216) (within 5km)

Pro-One Tennis Academy
We love tennis and understand that everybody has different tennis goals and a different journey. We believe in creative teaching techniques but also in being able to do the simple things exceptionally well. This takes time, commitment, passion and a love for the sport. We hope to share your passion, skills and knowledge with you.
“Safe and enjoyable Karate for everyone” A physical and mental balance is the ultimate aim of karate and we believe it can be a basic strategy to lead your life in the society. Instead of absorbing the blows of an attack met straight on, learn to use an attackers power and momentum against them. The essence of this is to achieved "blind spot positioning:" movement out of the line of attack to a point from which you can launch a successful counter - attack. With this in mind, the Sabaki technique ...
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