Stable Tsur Hadassah
Fancy some Fresh Air?
The Harei Yehuda riding stable is located in pastoral Tsur Hadassah, about 15 minutes by car from the Gilo neighborhood of Jerusalem and the same distance from Beit Shemesh.
The stables are situated at the edge of the Sansan nature reserve and close to dozens of attractive hiking and riding trails, including the Soreq stalactite caves, Begin park, Nahal Katlav, Ein Kobi and Ein Matta. The stables comprise a riding school and club, dog kennels, and a restaurant and bar. It is an ideal venue for private events and corporate fun days.
The stable was established in the old part of Tsur Hadassah in 1991 by Ohad and Carolyn Hadash. In 2004, they moved to new facilities, constructed to international standards. Built on a steep slope, the stables are spread out on three levels which perfectly preserve the area’s pastoral views.
The facilities incorporate plenty of wood, stonework and greenery, making the stables one of the most beautiful in Israel. The clubhouse and restaurant are surrounded by a large wooden terrace which overlooks the riding arena.
The stables have become one of the leading facilities of its kind in Israel.
Discover the wonderful world of horse riding.
The stables have set new standards of excellence, from the meticulous care of the horses and the pristine condition of their stalls, to the high quality of instruction and the stringent safety precautions.
All of these combine to make learning to ride here a special experience.
Established ten years ago, the stables offer the following activities:
A riding school, a therapeutic riding and animal therapy center, a riding club for adults, horse training and boarding, a volunteer mounted police unit, and corporate fun days and challenge activities.
The stables comply with all the necessary safety standards and are obviously fully insured.
Sunday - Thursday, 8 am – 8 pm
Friday, 8 am – 4 pm
Saturday and holidays, by arrangement
Did you know that horse riding can play an important role in improving self- confidence, social skills, balance, coordination, responsibility and discipline?
This has been extensively documented.