The Winton Woods Riding Center (WWRC) is a horseback riding lesson facility for beginners through advanced riders. We are available to teach western, contesting, hunt seat, jumping and dressage styles of riding. The WWRC offers group, semi-private, and private lessons as well as adult only lessons. Guests can also enjoy horse shows, horse day camps, trail rides, and badge programs.
WWRC is a year-round lessons facility with approximately 40 horses, two lit outdoor arenas, an indoor riding hall and open cross country style jump field. A linear horse trail begins and ends at WWRC that measures 2.6 miles (one way) for public trail riders as well as a private loop trail for WWRC patrons. We also offer the Special Rider's Program for other-abled riders, and WWRC is the training facility for Special Olympics Equestrian Hamilton County, Ohio. WWRC is also the home of the Special Olympics Ohio State Equestrian Competition.
Monday-Thursday & Saturday
10 a.m.-3 p.m
The Special Rider's Program (SRP) and WWRC Staff and VIP online training are now available on the password protected WWRC Staff/VIP ONLY page. Contact the WWRC to get access and password.
The WWRC, as a department of Great Parks of Hamilton County, has a strict no refunds policy. We do not cancel programs due to weather except in extreme circumstances, in which you will be notified in advance by our office.The Riding Center is equipped with Thorguard, an extreme weather detection system that sounds a siren if strong thunderstorms and/or lightning are heading to our area. If Thorguard sounds a warning, activities will be moved indoors.