From the Brecon Beacons to Snowdonia, Horse Riding in Ceredigion is a real treat.
Ceredigion or Cardiganshire received its name from Prince Ceredig, son of the leader who reclaimed this area for the Welsh from the Irish invaders.
Horse riding in Ceredigion means enjoying beautiful mountainous landscapes, lakes, forests and rivers.
Old drovers’ routes lead over the mountains and provide views that reach south to the Brecon Beacons and north to Snowdonia.
A wide variety of equestrian centres and stable yards exist in Cardigan and many horse shows feature throughout the year.
Horse Riding & Equestrian facilities in Ceredigion.
Veteran Horse Society – 01239 881300
Hendre Fawr Farm, St Dogmaels, Cardigan, SA43 3LZ, Wales
The Veteran Horse Society, find out about veteran horse passports, re-homing your veteran, membership with the veteran horse society, links to veteran horse showing and dressage and welfare. Adopt a pony or donate.
Dedicated to the care, welfare and enjoyment of horses & ponies over the age of 15 years
Rheidol Riding Centre – 01970 880863
Capel Bangor, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 4EL
The Centre has full-size floodlit indoor and full-size floodlit outdoor riding arenas, a showjumping and cross-country course, and fantastic trekking around the Rheidol Valley.
Situated on the West Wales coast just a few miles from Aberystwyth, Rheidol Riding Centre offers excellent trekking accross the Rheidol Valley, BHS training and riding lessons for all abilities
Bitless Bridle Equestrian Centre – 01570 471541
Gwarallt, Talsarn, Lampeter, Ceredigion SA48 8RA, Wales
Horse Riding with a difference, within easy reach of Lampeter and Aberystwyth … What sort of bridle do you currently use? One with a bit or do you currently use a bridle with no bit? Do you know how it works and what the distribution of pressure is? Be kind to your horse learn about riding with a bitless bridle