Wild moors & vivid green pastures are just part of what makes horse riding in Kircudbrightshire unique.
Kirkcudbrightshire is located in the South West of Scotland.
It is marked by rugged coasts and wild untamed scenery that include warm welcoming villages and friendly locals.
With Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland stamps its own personality the moment you cross the border, using accents and names unique to the area.
Horse friendly Kirkcudbrightshire offers the equestrian ancient forests and wild moors and the vivid greens of rich pastures, which all provide for fantastic trail riding, trekking and everyday riding.
Trotting along the country lanes or cantering through the Kirkcudbrightshire countryside is a real horse riding pleasure, particularly in late spring and the early summer when the sunlight is soft and warm.
Equestrian Centres, Riding Facilities & Horse Riding in Kircudbrightshire
Brighouse Bay Trekking – 01557 870 267
Brighouse Bay, Borgue, Kirkcudbright, DG6 4TS
Brighouse Bay Trekking has been established since the 1970’s. We offer trekking, hacking and tuition on trustworthy native ponies from experienced and qualified staff. Most of our ponies are Highlands, sure footed and safe ponies to instil confidence in the rider. Brighouse is approved by the TRSS (Trekking and Riding Society in Scotland) and is annually inspected to meet their high standards …
Barend Riding Centre – 01387 780533
Sandyhills, Dalbeattie, Kirkcudbrightshire DG5 4NU, Scotland
Providing BHS approved riding lessons, hacks and treks through the Dunbartonshire forest. Open to all ages from 10 to 100 and all riding levels from novice to the more experienced rider. We also offer ‘weenie rides’ in our school for the very young and under 10’s.