Horse Riding in Lothian, Scotland

Horse Riding in Lothian and the Borders of Scotland

Horse Riding in the Lothian region offers treasure after treasure. From castles including Edinburgh Castle, to whisky and horse racing. To nature trails and parkland and miles of glorious coastline for every horse rider, trail riding enthusiast and trekking fan to enjoy

Scottish Riding Holidays

Riding holidays in Scotland with tuition, hacking & accommodation

A riding holiday in Scotland can be a fantastic experience. Exploring the hills of wild Argyll, galloping along deserted beaches, trail riding through the stunning landscapes of the Grampian mountains or enjoying stunning lochside rides and trekking along miles and miles of virtually deserted bridleways, it’s all their for the asking…

Ayrshire Equestrian Scotland

Ayrshire an Equestrian County on the West Coast of Scotland

Ayrshire offers horse riders and equestrian visitors a wide choice of equine pursuits and equestrian facilities from top quality equestrian centres to local livery stables. It may not offer the lochs of the Trossachs but it’s all set in Ayrshires rolling green landscapes and close to beautiful beaches.

Ayrshire Scotland

Ayrshire Attractions and places to visit in Ayrshire Scotland.

Rich in history and tradition Ayrshire boasts fine castles, stunning landscapes and superb golf courses. Riding in Ayrshire is a small part of an experience that spans hundreds of years of Scottish history. There’s the Burns Festival, the Tam O Shanter experience, Brodick and Culzaen castles and golf courses that include Royal Troon and Turnberry

Horse Riding in Ayrshire Scotland

Horse Riding in Ayrshire, Scotland

Equestrian centres, livery stables and great opportunities for beach rides and trekking make riding in Ayrshire an excellent choice for equestrians visiting Scotland. The west coast town of Ayr has a great beach and the county has some of the most beautiful rolling green landscapes in the country.

Horse Riding & Pony Trekking in Stirlingshire, Scotland

It is often said that the best way to enjoy Scottish scenery is on foot but many who have tried pony trekking or horse riding in Stirlingshire would disagree. Pony trekking and equestrian centres can be found throughout Stirlingshire, and in the nearby Trossachs national park

Horse Riding in Renfrewshire, Scotland

Riding in Renfrewshire & the Clyde Estuary in Scotland

Renfrewshire equestrian facilities are plentiful and offer horse riders the full range of horse shows, equestrian events and horse riding facilities, which combined with trekking through the beautiful West coast landscapes and some major equestrian competitions make horse riding in Renfrewshire a very popular sport

Horse Riding in Inverness, Scotland

Horse Riding in Inverness-shire, Scotland

Fantastic Scottish scenery and the beauty of Highland glens, Lochs and mountains, Horse Riding in Invernesshire takes you around Inverness the capital city of the Scottish highlands were you will discover the mystical Culloden, the Loch Ness monster and enjoy the stunning equestrian landscapes of Loch Ness itself

Horse Riding in Sutherland, Scotland

Sutherland is in the North of Scotland and the history, myths and legends make horse riding in Sutherland a wonderful equestrian experience. Blair Castle is located in the Cairngorms in the Scottish Highlands and offers trekking and trail riding on the strong Highland pony travelling across beautiful heather covered moorlands

Horse Riding in Lanarkshire, Scotland

Riding in the Scottish County of Lanarkshire

The Scottish County of Lanarkshire is in the heart of Scotlands central belt where, for the local rider and horse owner, it offers an ideal combination of equestrian facilities, tranquil parks and market towns within a stones throw of Glasgow and Edinburgh

Horse Riding- n Roxburgh, Scotland

Roxburgh, Riding in the Scottish Borders

Horse Riding is one of the most traditional and popular sports in the Scottish Borders and riding in Roxburgh is immensely popular. This Scottish borders county is rich in stable yards, equestrian centres and riding schools for novice and professional equestrians

Horse Riding in Berwickshire, Scotland

Horse riding in Berwickshire and the Scottish borders

Berwickshire and the Scottish borders are renowned for having some of the best horse riding countryside in Scotland. The Berwickshire Hunt is popular with local horse riders and has an active supporters club, while dressage, showjumping & eventing are serviced by some good quality equestrian centres and riding schools

Horse Riding in Argyllshire Scotland

Horse Riding in Argyll is guaranteed to enrich the soul ...

The Highlands of Scotland begin in Argyll, a land fought over for centuries between warring clans and the invading English. The evocative Glen Coe, site of the famous massacre in the 1690, oozes the sort of atmosphere found in Argyllshire and riding in Argyll is a real treat for trekking and trail riding fans

About Scotland - The home of Glasgow & Edinburgh

Scottish history, Scottish heritage and Riding in the stunning Scottish landscape

Get to knowing a little about Scotland before Riding through the Scottish landscape. It will help increase your enjoyment of riding in Scotland. Understanding the country and the people adds to the experience, after all Scotland is famous for many things including malt whisky, tartan, the haggis, Robert Burns and the fighting regiments and Clans of Scotland

Horse Riding in Caithness, Scotland

Caithness is a mixture of ancient and modern and Horse Riding in Caithness offers the modern equestrian the opportunity to ride over stunning landscapes, bond with your horse and experience a true feeling of freedom

Horse Riding in Ross & Cromarty, Scotland

Horse Riding in Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

Horse riding in Ross and Cromarty is a wonderful experience and the area caters well for horse owners. On the Dornoch Firth the town of Dornoch greets you with its tidy and inviting appearance. Elsewhere an abundance of equestrian centres and riding schools provide all the equestrian needs