Popular budget chain Aldi has slashed a niche out for selling...interesting non-grocery items at discounted prices.
Now, for the first-time ever, Aldi is launching discounted horse riding lessons during summer holidays, alongside its new summer Specialbuys - in a bid to encourage more people to get into the sport.
Aldi has linked up with 2 horse riding schools, with prices starting at £21 per lesson - a 30% discount.
The lessons will be available to buy online from 9am on Sunday 8th April, but there will be a limited number
The supermarket has also launching its new equestrian range - meaning you can now get riding tops, jodhpurs, boots and special socks from your local store from Sunday 8th April.
The 30minute private lessons will be available for both adults and children.
The lessons aare limited to just two locations summerhouse Equestrian in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, and Parbold Equestrian near Wigan, Lancashire.
For more information and how to book, visit Aldi’s website.