Herefordshire lies in the West of England and is one of Englands most westerly counties. It borders Wales and along with neighbouring Shropshire forms part of an area known as the Marches.
It covers the Wye Valley, the Welsh Marches, the Cambrian Mountains and the Radnor Hills; and Horse Riding In Herefordshire may be exactly what you’re looking for.
Main population centres are Hereford and the five market towns of Leominster, Ross on Wye, Ledbury, Bromyard and Kington, aside from these Herefordshire is mainly rural and is the second most sparsely populated county in England.
Horse riding in Herefordshire is well served by local riding schools and stable yards, as well as some top quality equestrian centres.
Kings Equestrian Centre – 01885 400650
Winslow, Bromyard, Herefordshire HR7 4SR
Kings is a purpose built horse competition and training venue designed specifically for the equestrian competitor. Every part of Kings equestrian has been designed around the horse, the rider and the equestrian spectator.
Noakes Farm Riding Centre – 01885 483467
Bredenbury, Bromyard, Herefordshire, HR7 4SY
Set just outside Bromyard in rural Herefordshire we are a friendly, family run registered riding school. We provide quality private and group tuition, pony club membership and school holiday fun days.
Free Rein Riding Holidays – 01497 821356 .
The Coach House, Clyro Court, Clyro, Radnorshire, UK, HR3 5LE
Free-Rein offers the leisure rider hundreds of miles of described and mapped routes, wayside farms and Inns together with a herd of fit and friendly horses & ponies to explore this truly unique trail riding network. Over 700 miles of described and mapped trails link together the 30 farms, inns and hotels offering hospitality to both horse and rider.
250 miles of Herefordshires Rights of Way are bridleways suitable for horse riding.
The Three Rivers Ride passes through Herefordshire and covers about 60 miles.
The ride begins at Tidbatch in Worcestershire crossing through Herefordshire over the Rivers Lugg and Wye. It then passes into Wales crossing the River Usk and ends in The Brecon Beacons National Park