The best way to see Scotland and experience the subtle beauty of Scottish landscapes is by horse riding in Stirlingshire.
Stirlingshire is in the centre of Scotland and forms a part of the Argyll, Isles, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs region.
This is considered to be the birthplace of Scotland, the cradle of its Christianity and nationhood and the focal point of much of its dramatic history.
Pony trekking and horse riding centres can be found throughout Stirlingshire, in the nearby Trossachs National Park & Breadalbane.
They cater for all riding levels from novice riders to professional equestrians.
The terrain in this part of Scotland offers everything from the easiest of gentle rides for the complete novice to the more demanding treks over rugged moors and mountain slopes.
It is often said that the best way to enjoy the scenery is on foot but many who have tried pony trekking in Scotland would disagree.
Equestrian Centres, Riding Facilities & Horse Riding in Stirlingshire
Drumbrae Riding Centre – 01786 834327
Drumbrae Farm, Bridge Of Allan, Stirling FK9 4LT
A BHS approved riding centre with around 38 horses and ponies. Offering beginners to advanced level riding lessons on well schooled horses. Indoor and outdoor school. 1500 acres of excellent hacking on grassland and heather.
Kingsbarn Equestrian Centre – 01324 630404
Shieldhill Farm, Westershieldhill, Falkirk, Scotland, FK1 3AT
British Horse Society (BHS) Approved Riding Centre and Livery Yard. Our all-weather gallop around our 40 acres of grazing paddocks is ideal for that horse fitness program or for a quiet hack in a safe, enclosed area. If you’d like to venture further a field, there?s access to 40km of trail riding
Central Saddlery & Feeds
Central Saddlery & Feeds is a family run Scottish equestrian business established in 1976. Originally selling equestrian products from our rural Scottish home …