Introduction
  Environment
 
Hidden away behind Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village on Hong Kong Island, Lei Yue Mun Public Riding School is situated in a peaceful location in close proximity to the hub of Central, making it a heaven for those who wish to escape for an hour or two to relax and exercise.

  Professional Training
 
Trains students up to the British Horse Society (BHS) Stage III Riding and Care

  Riding Lessons
 
Primarily caters for Cantonese speakers with limited English speaking lessons
 
Riders are colour-coded to ensure that groups are of a similar riding standard
 
Most lessons have to be group lessons of 6 riders per class
 
Due to the long waiting list for beginner riders, the best way to get to the top of the list is to join a summer course or take private lessons during non-peak hours. Once riders can ride off the lead rein, it is easier to slot them into a regular class.
 
Experienced riders are offered the opportunity to take an assessment to fit into a suitable class.
 
Riders are welcome to call in during office hours to discuss their riding requirements
 
Competition training for jumping and dressage is available on a regular basis.
 
Although every care is taken, riders are asked to sign an indemnity form before they start riding.

  Riding Gear
 
BHS approved safety helmets which are available for hire at the riding school
 
A pair of shoes or boots with a one-inch heel
 
A pair of jodhpurs or stretchy, comfortable trousers
 
A pair of gloves

  Safety Tips
 
Riders with health problems are advised to seek medical advice before taking up horse riding.