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The Horse and Jockey Inn, Horbury - pub details

Horse and Jockey Inn
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Address: Bridge Road, Horbury, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF4 5PP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 38044) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Dewsbury (3.6 miles), Wakefield Westgate (3.6 miles), Ravensthorpe (3.7 miles)

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The Horse and Jockey has now been fully refurbished with new licensee Paul and doing the home cooking is his wife Pauline.The pub has a homely and welcoming feel with an open coal fire and traditional home cooked food every lunchtime.Mon to sat 12-2.30 and Sun 12 -4.00.The games room consists of a dart board and pool table and also a very large flat screen tv for when premiership matches,horse racing,rugby etc are on while the separate lounge area has background music and a welcoming feel.If you wish to book a table for lunch the number is 01924272744.Hand cask beer is available and as the pub is now a free house prices are competive.
sandy123 - 22 Mar 2014 15:04
Pretty poor pub with John Smiths, sometimes Black Sheep, poor staff & management attitude . Was a Punch Tavern hence high prices, but not know. Avoid
catullo - 2 Jun 2013 21:17
Quaint little pub in Horbury Bridge. I was in here Friday night early on when it was quiet. The beer on offer wasn't up to much. They had John Smith's on cask which was a little murky, though didn't taste too bad. They also had a pump for Black Sheep which was off. I'm not sure if this is a regular ale or a guest that had run out. The Mrs had a vodka and Coke, the Coke being from a bottle which was suprisingly cheap considering. The decor is very traditional with beams and some very well polished copper tables, as well as brass jugs hanging from the ceiling which must be a nightmare to maintain in that state. Staff and locals were friendly. They do basket meals which are reasonably priced, though you might be disappointed if you were to expect Michelin star quality.
Woodie09 - 22 Mar 2010 12:39

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