A HORSE riding club near Louth is offering a free riding session this Friday as part of Lincolnshire Sports Partnership’s Quest for Gold scheme.
Brook House Farm Riding Club at Scamblesby will give a free session for individuals signed up for the programme during October half-term.
Participants in the programme must be aged 16 plus, but adults are encouraged to take their children along too.
Quest for Gold encourages people to try as many Olympic and Paralympic sports across the county between now and the 2012 Games next year. By signing up for just £5, individuals can try 33 sports for free before the games begin.
Hanya Pielichaty, 2012 Legacy Coordinator at Lincolnshire Sports Partnership, said: “Quest for Gold is an exciting opportunity for people to take part in sports they have perhaps never tried before such as equestrian and we’re delighted that Brook House Farm is offering this free taster session.
“I hope people in the area take up the opportunity to try an Olympic sport; it’s a great chance for children, parents, grandparents and friends to get together during half-term.”
The session will take place on Friday afternoon, October 28.
To attend the lesson for free and find out more information, visit www.lincolnshiresports.com/questforgold and sign up for £5.