The Malvern Hills and the Vale of Evesham can make Horse Riding In Worcestershire the perfect equestrian experience.
Worcestershire is in the West Midlands region of England.
The county is reputed to be the inspiration for The Shire, a region in Tolkiens Middle-earth, which is featured in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.
Horse riding in Worcestershire will take you and your horse to the top of the Malvern Hills or through the Wyre Forest.
You can also explore the Vale of Evesham or discover the picturesque Teme Valley.
Worcester Racecourse, with its pretty tree-lined track, nestles on the banks of the River Severn and offers a great day at the races.
Trail riding or trekking options are located all over Worcestershire, as are opportunities for learning to ride and for good quality livery and stabling.
Horse Riding & Equestrian Facilities in Worcestershire.
Walnut Equestrian Centre – 01684 311511
Marlbrook Farm, Castlemorton Common, Welland, Worcestershire, WR13 6LE
Set among 32 acres on the beautiful Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire borders, at the foot of the Malvern Hills. We are a friendly, professional horse training yard with excellent facilities, offering the very best to livery clients, in an environment where riders of all levels can enjoy their horses.
Worcester Riding School – 07889 569009
Lower Clifton farm, Clifton, Severn Stoke, Worcester, WR8 9JF
Worcester Riding School is set admist 300 acres of private open farmland. We have both indoor and outdoor riding areas and we are a fully acredited National Pony Club Centre and a National Riding for the Disabled Centre. We teach children from the age of 4; give carriage driving and side-saddle lessons, and host pub rides and picnic hacks.
Cotswolds Riding – 01386 584250
Washpool Equestrian Centre, Stanton Nr. Broadway, Worcestershire WR12 7NE
Our purpose built equestrian facility ensures an enjoyable experience for the beginner and the advanced rider. Teaching riders for 35 years, beginners will quickly gain confidence from private or group lessons or learn on hacks at a quieter pace. Intermediate and advanced riders can enjoy faster hacks, or use the cross country, show jumping and dressage schooling facilities.