|Managed by the Hong Kong Jockey Club, the Lei Yue Mun Public Riding School is a large-scale public riding facility located in the urban area. It occupies an area of 4 000 square metres and was commissioned on 21 November 1992.|
|Facilities in the School include an office, a lecture room, two paddocks, a stable which can accommodate 36 horses and ponies, changing rooms and parking spaces. There is also a hacking trail, which is approximately 1 300 metres in length, meandering along the mountain side that allows riders to command a distant view of the whole Lei Yue Mun Strait. Apart from the paddocks, riders can also enjoy riding along the hacking trail.|
|The School provides a wide variety of activities, such as group training classes, visits, riding competitions, etc. to promote the equestrian sport.
The Leisure and Cultural Services Department will organise a number of horse riding fun days for the public at Lei Yue Mun Public Riding School each year. For details, please contact the District Leisure Services Offices or visit the webpage of LCSD Community Recreation and Sports Programme.
|Also, Lei Yue Mun Park will organise group horse riding activities for campers and visits for organisations of the elderly and people with disabilities. For enquiries, please contact the staff of the Holiday Village at 2568 7380.|
|New World First Bus Route No.||8, 8X, 9, 14, 81, 82, 309|
|Citybus Route No.||780, 106, 118, 606, 682, 694, A12|
|MTR||Take a taxi at Exit C, Shau Kei Wan Station|
|Tram||Take a taxi at Shaukiwan Tram Terminus|
|Green Minibus Route No.||20, 65, 66, 66A|
|Tuesday to Sunday||9:00 am to 12:00 noon and 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm|