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Unicorn Centre

Horse riding for able-bodied and disabled children and adults.

Facilities

  • Welcome
    • Good for families

Directions

 

FROM THE WEST:
Leave A19 to join A174 signed to Redcar, Wilton & Whitby. Take 1st exit, stay in left lane until you reach a roundabout. Take 1st exit into Stainton Way, but get into right hand lane. After about 1 mile see sign post to Unicorn Centre opposite lay-by entrance. Take 2nd track on right to Centre.

FROM THE EAST:
Leave A174 at sign for B1365 to Acklam & Stokesley (Blue Bell turn off). Turn left, straight on at 1st roundabout & right onto Stainton Way at 2nd roundabout. After 3rd bus shelter on left, turn into lay-by and take 1st track on left to Centre.

There is ample car parking for cars in the inner carpark, and for horseboxes in the outer carpark.

Plan your journey

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The Unicorn Centre provides riding lessons and therapy for children and adults from 5 years old, both disabled and able-bodied. The Centre has 20 horses and ponies, carefully chosen for their temperament, size and ability to work with disabled riders, and a hoist facility for mounting onto ponies is available for wheelchair users.

The Unicorn Centre also provides training courses in partnership with Middlesbrough College in horse care and management, riding and teaching.

The Unicorn Centre is a member group of the national charity Riding for the Disabled Association.