Kids horse riding in Shanghai is a great highlight for any weekend.
For these children’s horse riding in Shanghai you need to book ahead for all of these places, so enquire to check on exact prices for different child age groups.
naked Stables, in addition to being a perfect weekend travel for families near Shanghai, has amazing kids horse riding.
They have horse riding from ¥188, and they also have horse and carriage riding from ¥588, and a full-on trail ride for real horse lovers.
They have horse grooming and great photo sessions available.
The Jialiang Equestrian Club is in the South of Pudong, great for kids horse riding in Shanghai.
Jialiang also prides itself on the kennel club and their pedigree dogs, as well as their thoroughbred horses.
They do one-off classes on special request, though the idea of the club is long-term membership.
The 45-minute ride is priced at ¥270 plus ¥300 for an English-speaking coach.
Sun Island is the farm in Qingpu that has good facilities and a wide range or horses from Mongolian to English.
Basic experiences start at ¥50 for a ride round the track.
Membership is also the main type of horse riding pursuit here, as Meadowbrook wants to encourage a family-friendly, countryside vibe.
Lesson experiences are from ¥500.
Binhai Forest Park is mainly a park, with horse riding inside, rather than a solely equestrian space.
It takes about an hour or else to get to the park from Shanghai city centre. They have cycle carts and a nice open expanse, and it’s less busy than many other parks in Shanghai.
Their horse riding for kids is good for simple rides round a little course, starting at ¥50.