What riding clothes do I need for my lesson?

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If you’re new to horse riding, you might be wondering what clothing you will need for your riding experience.

Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered with this quick and helpful guide:

1. **Riding Helmet:** Safety comes first! Invest in a well-fitted PAS015 2011 certified riding helmet to protect your head during your horse riding lesson.

2. **Riding Boots:** Opt for sturdy, closed-toe riding boots with a low heel. They will provide better support and grip in the stirrups, ensuring a safer and more comfortable ride.

3. **Comfortable Breeches or Jodhpurs:** Breeches or jodhpurs that offer flexibility and comfort in the saddle. Avoid loose-fitting trousers or jeans, as they may cause discomfort.

4. **Riding Top:** Choose a fitted, breathable shirt to allow ease of movement while riding. Long sleeves are recommended for added protection against scratches and sun exposure.

5. **Riding Gloves:** Get yourself a pair of riding gloves to improve your grip on the reins and prevent blisters during your lesson.

6. **Body Protector (Optional but Recommended):** For an extra layer of safety, consider wearing a body protector, especially if you’re a beginner or engaging in more challenging riding activities.

7. **Hair Tie or Hairnet:** If you have long hair, tie it back neatly to keep it from getting in your face or tangled in the equipment.

8. **Layers for Weather Changes:** Dress in layers, so you can adjust your clothing to the weather conditions. This will ensure you stay comfortable throughout the lesson, regardless of the temperature.

By following this quick guide and wearing the appropriate clothing, you’ll set yourself up for an enjoyable and safe horse riding experience.

Have a fantastic time learning!

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