Engage, Participate and Perform

I Pegasus CIC offers individuals, groups and organisations the opportunity to experience the benefits of its equine intervention provision. All programmes are bespoke to suit the individual or group needs. Sessions are booked and paid for termly in advance and are available Monday to Friday.

Our aim is to build participants’ confidence, communication skills and resilience each week, whilst enjoying their time with horses in the countryside environment. I-Pegasus CIC uses horse intervention experience to develop further skills of handling, grooming, horse knowledge and horse riding to develop life skills.



Please contact Andrew Stennett for further information on 01427 890802 or

Alternative Education Provision

Changing Lives Through Horses is a programme of regular sessions, taking place with qualified and experienced BHS Accredited Professional Coaches.

The programme is suitable for young people, aged 5-25, who are either permanently excluded, at risk of permanent exclusion or who have special education needs or disabilities (SEND) and those who are not in employment, education, or training (NEET). They may also be at risk of becoming socially excluded with income below the poverty line and without the skills to improve their economic situation.

The programme utilises a range of awards and achievements to create a community for development, learning and celebration. The programme awards are structured around promoting the holistic development of all involved and nurturing six life skills for all young people: building relationships, communication, confidence, responsibility, teamwork, and perseverance.



Holiday Activities and Food Programme

We are delighted to be a provider for the Nottinghamshire Holiday Activities and Food programme.

What is the Holiday Activities and Food programme?

The Holiday Activities and Food Programme (HAF) is funded by the Department for Education. The programme aims to support the wellbeing of children aged between 5 to 16 years focussing on physical and mental wellbeing by providing a variety of activities during school holidays.

Local activity providers run face to face sessions that are FREE to children and young people aged 5 to16 years and receiving benefits-related free school meals. There are also places available to families with low income – and to children and young people who may face social isolation without the support of HAF – these places are granted on an individual basis.

Included in each session is a meal, this may be breakfast or lunch depending on the programme offered.

The aims of Nottinghamshire Holiday Activities and Food programme:

  • to support children to eat healthily
  • to support children to active during school holidays
  • to support children in their understanding of health and nutrition
  • to support families to be engaged with local support services.

What we offer

Our sessions run from 9.30am – 2.30pm. The sessions include meet and greet, Breakfast, Food education and preparation activities, Lunch, Practical pony care activities, Hands on pony grooming activities, Ridden session and Games activities. Our sessions are also suitable for children and young people with SEND needs.


Riding for the Disabled

At Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA), horses benefit the lives of over 25,000 disabled children and adults. With fun activities like riding and carriage driving, RDA provide therapy, fitness, skills development and opportunities for achievement – all supported by 18,000 amazing volunteers and qualified coaches at nearly 500 RDA centres all over the UK, of which I-Pegasus is one.

RDA is an inclusive and diverse organisation, welcoming clients with physical and learning disabilities and autism, and there are no age restrictions. Through our network of member groups, RDA is at work in every corner of the UK, in our cities and remote rural areas, bringing the therapy, achievement and fun of horses to as many people as we can.


Grove House Pony Club Centre

Here at I-Pegasus, we are lucky enough to have access to an official Pony Club Centre at Grove House Stables, which means we can offer a Pony Club Centre Membership to those who aren’t lucky enough to own their own horse or pony. However, if you are fortunate enough to own a horse or pony, you can still be part of our Pony Club by taking out a Centre Plus Membership. Members can be a part of our Pony Club from four years of age until their 25th birthday.

We encourage all members to wear the correct uniform for pony club, which you can purchase from the onsite shop, GH Country. For an order form, please pop into the office.

Please find us on Facebook by searching Grove House Stables Pony Club!

Terms, Pricing and Lesson Structure.

Pony Club meets on Monday and Wednesday evenings after school, during term time. Every session includes an hour of theory plus an hour’s riding lesson.

Pony Club is priced at £37.50 per session, which includes the costs for any badges achieved during the half term.

Annual membership to Pony Club is £41 and is payable direct to Pony Club. Monday and Wednesday Pony Club – 5.30-7.30pm (during term-time)

Tests and Achievements.

In our weekly sessions, we are currently training for various badges and progressive tests. We encourage children to complete as many achievement badges as possible as not only are they great for learning skills, they look ace stitched onto your Pony Club jumpers! 

Why Pony Club?

Not only is Pony Club educational and the progressive tests are recognised riding qualifications, but Pony Club is also great fun and a fantastic way of making friends.

As a Pony Club Centre, our riders are also eligible to compete as a Pony Club Team, and we are aiming to have a competition team ready for the 2022 season!

More information.

If you would like to know any more information, see Andrew or one of the office team, or for a chat or call us in the office on 01427 890802




Grovewood Riding Club

Grovewood Riding Club is a new riding club run by I-Pegasus, which aims to provide a friendly and encouraging environment for the development of horses and riders at all levels. There will be an extensive and comprehensive programme of clinics, competitions, lectures, demonstrations, and seminars throughout the year at the Club’s home venue of Grove House Stables Equestrian Centre.

Member’s benefits include discounted competition fees, reduced hire of facility fees and much more.

Contact us for more details.


I-Pegasus Activity Club

I-Pegasus Activity Club provides opportunities, freedom, and inspiration to young people with physical or mental disabilities. I-Pegasus Activity Club not only gives the option to ride, but it also teaches interaction, learning, and care for horses and ponies. It is a well-known fact that horses can help people with physical and mental disabilities to develop physical skills, strength, coordination and social skills. Our sessions are tailored to the individual’s needs; the length of the session and whether it is in a private or group session depends entirely on the individual.

Hill House School Equestrian Club

We are delighted to be able to work with Hill House School.  Its great to be able to work with a forward thinking school developing an equine centre of excellence programme to add to their already outstanding sporting provision

 The after-school activities have proved to be very popular, and we will continue to offer these on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday evening from 4.30pm to 5.30pm.

Pupils are encouraged to bring their own riding boots and a riding hat where possible, however, they are available to borrow from Grove House Stables Equestrian Centre each session. All riders must provide their own riding gloves. Riding equipment is also available for purchase on site through GH Country Ltd.

The after-school activities are designed to allow pupils to develop their riding skills. With that in mind, we have split the activities into three pathways: Gold, Silver and Bronze. When booking your child onto an activity, it is imperative that you select the appropriate category dependent on skill level. This is for health and safety reasons and rider progression. Grove House Stables Equestrian Centre staff will monitor skill levels and development. Instructors will constantly assess pupils’ abilities and recommend moving groups where appropriate.

Riders and their families and friends are also able to access a wide range of lessons, activities and events at our sister organisation Grove House Stables LLP.  Hill House Equestrian Club Members are able to access discounts on a range of extra lessons, activities and events.

I Pegasus CIC offers individuals, groups and organisations the opportunity to experience the benefits of its equine intervention provision. All programmes are bespoke to suit the individual or group needs. Sessions are booked and paid for termly in advance and are available Monday to Friday.

If you would like to find out more information about the Changing Lives Through Horses programme and how you may refer an individual or group into the programme please contact Andrew Stennett on 01427 890802.

Horses are the best life coaches. They are wise and honest and strong.