Rich history and natural beauty make horse riding in Kinross-shire an absolute pleasure.
This is a beautiful Scottish county bordered by Perthshire, Fife and Clackmannanshire regions of central Scotland.
Set amidst gently rolling hills Kinross is the ideal location for horse riding.
It is known as the gateway to the Highlands, and Kinrosshire nestles around Loch Leven where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in 1567 on Castle Island.
Clackmannanshire neighbour to Kinross, is the smallest County in Scotland, extending 10 miles N. and S. between the main body of Perthshire and the river Forth, and 11 miles E. and W. between the counties of Stirling and Fife.
Surrounded by beautiful scenery and historic buildings with the Ochil Hills to the North and the Central Belt to the South, horse riding is a popular pastime.
Equestrian Centres, Riding Facilities & Horse Riding in Kinross and Clackmannanshire
Over Dalkeith Stables are a small family riding stables and livery yard in the Southern tip of Perthshire, bordering Fife and Clackmannanshire. We are a fully licenced and insured riding school offering BHS qualified tuition for all stages and ages. We are also an accredited Pony Club Member Centre.
Fife Riding Club
The Fife Riding Club was established in 1965 and currently has an annual membership of over 220. The club is one of the few organisations of it’s kind to have it’s own permanent showground at Coul East, Glenrothes, Fife, Scotland, where members have the use of some 8.5 acres of grass together with three sand arena for year-round training. Membership is open to anyone aged 16 or over and there are regular weekend horse shows, as well as a mid-week evening competition in all disciplines
KA Equestrian Livery Yard – 07545 274440
Perth and Kinross, Scotland, KY13 0UP
Smart, well-presented purpose built yard with 11 large internal stables complete with individual windows, automatic drinkers, revolving feeders, vertical hay racks and sliding doors. All available for our fantastic all-inclusive livery clients.