White Lane Farm

HIGH STANDARD OF TEACHING

White Lane, Albury, Guildford, GU5 9BQ Directions

   Open today 09:00 - 18:00

Why Choose Us?

First Class Service
Personal Service
The Ideal Venue

Business overview

QUALITY HORSES AND EXCELLENT TEACHING

Linda Cannon started the Riding School as the family farm in 1988 and has run the yard ever since, always keeping the horse management and teaching to a high standard.

White Lane Farm is situated in the stunning Surrey Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty and only 5 minutes by car from Guildford town centre and about 10 minutes from the A3.

White Lane Farm is an approved member of the Association of British Riding Schools.

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Products & Services

Farm shops

horse riding

horse riding lessons

horses

stables

Excellent Hacking

Beautiful Countryside

Reviews

Wonderful hacking at White Lane Farm

5
I cannot speak highly enough of Linda, Lorraine & the team at White Lane Farm, Stables. They are all super friendly & helpful. The hacking is amazing you, don’t need to do any road work if you don’t want to. The horses are lovely & friendly & extremely well looked after. You will not be disappointed if you hack out or have a riding lesson with Linda & her team!
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White Lane Farm Riding School - outstanding

5
I've been riding at White Lane for 5 years and it is still amazing. The horses and ponies are well cared for and in perfect condition. There are horses for all levels of riders. The surrounding countryside is beautiful for hacks with minimal road work. Lessons are given on a one to one basis or in small numbers and are never boring. For me, It is just perfect.
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White Lane Farm riding stables

5
As an experienced but rusty rider I found the instructors and staff very understanding and helpful. The level of tuition is pitched perfectly to the rider's needs and encouragement is given to push yourself to the next level. The horses and ponies are schooled well but are not 'automatic', nor are they plods, therefore, the riders' skill is tested. Children are well catered for from 4 years of age to teens. Highly recommended. Hilary, Godalming
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