If you are an adventure seeker, horse lover or just looking for a new exciting experience to try out in Lagos, the Ikeja saddle club should be your go-to location.
Located 25 kilometers from the center of Lagos and built on 8 hectares of land, the Ikeja Saddle Club was established in 1967. At Oregun Ikeja as a Horse Riding Club in 1975, the then Lagos State Governor, Brigadier-General Mobolaji Johnson allocated the club its current premises in a view to creating a preserved area of flora and fauna as well as to support the equestrian sport within the state.
Ikeja Saddle Club is the place to be for the best Horseback riding experience in Lagos, Nigeria. The saddle club offers you a chance to ride through its large serene and natural ranch with a horse that is suited to your ability, confidence, and experience in the sport.
Horseback riding lessons are only available on weekends by the club’s instructors in the noble art of horsemanship for all ages and riding levels. These lessons include dressage, showjumping, and Polo. The Ikeja Saddle Club is home to all those who have the passion and love for the noblest of all animals and anyone looking to have a good time all together. It is advisable to keep to time so as to not miss out on scheduled lessons with the club’s instructors. Visitors could book a short stay at a hotel close to the Ikeja Saddle Club prior to the scheduled lesson date to avoid any inconvenience.
Becoming an Ikeja Saddle Club member
To become a member of the Ikeja Saddle Club, you will need to download the club membership form on their website and correctly fill your details. The club offers a variety of equestrian-related services for its members and guests. If you’re planning a visit to the club, ensure you book to reserve a space for you and any accompanying partner planning to partake in the club’s activities or to relax and enjoy the serene environment.