Posted Thursday, July 19, 2018 at 11:26am by Zen Recreations
The best riding holiday in India!
India’s premier horse riding school, run according to British Horse Society (BHS)standards. Embassy Riding Schools runs residential riding camps for children aged seven to 17 in school holidays, weekends including public holidays.The facility is well-regarded in the industry with stalls, jumping courses, and show facilities with a long tradition as one of the premiere equestrian schools in India.The Embassy school (EIRS) has been committed to nurturing new talent and developing equestrian sports from their base in Bangalore, India since 1996. Fouaad Mirza Makes Equestrian History for India in the Asiad 2018 games in Jakarta.
Indian Team Takes Second, Embassy International School Shares the Glory!
Beginning Horse Riding
Package cost – 1600 $ per person
- 12 group lessons
- 6 Stable management sessions
- Includes accommodation and food (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) for 8 days
- Airport Transfers
** Food for additional person will be 350 $ per person for eight days.
Extra Mattress – 220 $ for 8 days.
These programs will fascinate and encourage students looking to improve their equine skills! The courses are comprehensive and detailed, and tests set a standard for good basic training in all aspects of horsemanship. Riders will achieve a strong base of knowledge and skill and will be well prepared to progress to more advanced skills.
Cradle of Champions
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In house show at the riding school for semi beginners to boost their confidence lever for the big league.
Lead rein rider
In house show at the riding school for semi beginners to boost their confidence lever for the big league
Posted Thursday, July 19, 2018 at 12:20pm by Zen Recreations
The Embassy International Riding School has several programs to introduce the equestrian world to kids, as well as top-notch support for riders of all ages.
If the goal is to get away from it all, the riding school is an excellent and stress free destination. Set on 240 acres, the school is well-equipped with guest rooms, on-site restaurant and activities for all ages and all skill levels. Just a few miles from the city life of Bangalore, the school has long been a premier equestrian destination for locals, expats and travelers alike.
A trip into the city for shopping and dining is always an option for travelers seeking a bigger experience, and the school serves as a good base of operations. (As a nice side benefit, the Embassy campus is not far from the international airport; there is never a need to deal with the city.) Continue reading...
Posted Wednesday, August 29, 2018 at 8:46am by Zen Recreations
Indian Team Takes Second, Embassy International Riding School Shares the Glory!
Did nature or nurture lead him to create history for Indian Equestrian sport?
Sunday August 26, 2018—Fouaad Mirza broke a decades-long dry spell for India Sunday by bringing home an equestrian individual medal in the Asian Games (Asiad) for the first time since 1982. Mirza also guided the Indian team to a second place overall finish.
Mirza showcased top-level riding skills in Jakarta while riding Seigneur Medicott, a former European Championship winning mount. Mirza led the event after qualifiers and only missed overall gold by nicking a single fence, dropping behind Japan’s Oiwa Yoshiaki.
Posted Sunday, September 9, 2018 at 5:33pm by Zen Recreations
Equestrian Getaways for Families and Riders
Family vacation planning? Love horses? Combine the best and most interesting for a great price! All your plans come together at the Embassy International Riding School near exotic Bangalore, India.
Families with a love of horses are making this their “home base” for equestrian vacations thanks to excellent facilities, instructors and classes, but the school is gathering world renown and trophies, too; Embassy school riders brought home both the individual and team equestrian silver medals at the 2018 Asian Games (Asiad).
Kids from seven to seventeen will get a skill boost from “working vacations” at India’s premier riding school. Top-flight instructors lead students from beginner exercises through advanced riding skills, and students then put their new knowledge to the test in shows and competitions.