Variety and choice … there is all sorts of Horse Riding in Glamorgan. Everything from picnic rides in Afan Argoed Country Park to riding and equestrian centres offering beach rides in the Gower Peninsula.
From beach rides to trail rides and riding holidays to a horse riding safari or full course of riding lessons, you can find the perfect equestrian centre or riding school if you come horse riding in Carmarthenshire.
From Snowdonia to the Llyn Peninsular Horse Riding in Caernarfonshire is really something special. Trekking and trail riding centres are easily found and riding holidays a popular equestrian attraction
Gallops on sandy beaches, trekking or hacking on quiet country lanes, horse riding in Flintshire, North Wales, can offer the equestrian almost all they could want. From Llandudno to the Conwy Valley trekking and trail riding fans will find everything they need
Equestrian visitors to Ceredigion can enjoy riding in beautiful Welsh mountainous landscapes, lakes, forests and rivers. For trail riding fans there’s old drovers routes that lead over the mountains and provide views that reach south to the Brecon Beacons and north to Snowdonia
Pembrokeshire in South West Wales offers a wide choice for equestrians, providing rides across open moorland, treks along wooded bridleways or hacking down quiet country lanes. Pembrokeshire’s coastal scenery makes it a popular area for horse riders, trekking and trail riding fans
The Red Dragon on the Welsh flag is only one of many potent Welsh symbols. Other well known traditional symbols include the daffodil & the leek but there are other less well known symbols of Wales, The Flag of Owain Glyndwr for instance
Wales is steeped in history with stories of shipwrecks, pirates and smuggling. It’s one of the four constituent countries of the United Kingdom and is located in the south-west of Great Britain. For the trail rider or those that love beach riding, horse riding in Wales is a truly memorable experience.
The spectacular scenery in Welsh equestrian counties and the superb network of bridleways and rural trails around Cymru are tailor-made for horse riders of all abilities. Welsh riding facilities are widespread and usually of very good quality
For trekking or trail riding, horse riding in Monmouthshire in Southern Wales is an equestrian experience not to be missed. A ride through the black mountains in the northeast of the Brecon Beacons National Park will let you see Wales at its best
Free Rein Riding Holidays has been established since 1989 and offer riding holidays ncluding self guided trail rides & guided trails through the Cambrian Mountains and Radnor Hills of Mid Wales
If you are interested in long-distance trail riding, endurance riding or want to exploring the beautiful mid Wales countryside on horseback, then horse riding in Montgomeryshire with its miles of off-road riding is definitely for you
Denbighshire offers fantastic trail riding and superb trekking and the Denbigh and Flint Horse Show is just one reason why you should be horse riding in Denbighshire. The show features almost 1,000 horses every year
Available to teach riding and stable management to children and adults of all abilities in the Carmarthen are of Wales
A BHS approved Livery Yard with 5 miles of private bridleways, Anglesey Riding Centre is tucked away in the wilds of Anglesey, and offers riding with breathtaking views of Caernarfon Castle and Snowdonia
Horse Riding in Anglesey is an experience not to be missed by horse riders who really enjoy trekking or trail riding. The beautiful west coast of Anglesey, North Wales has a thriving horse riding community
Caeiago Riding Centre is reputed to provide the best horse riding holidays in Wales and has a fantastic reputation for year on year excellence.
Brecknockshire is also known as Breconshire or the County of Brecon. Its home to the Brecon Beacons and some fantastic trail riding and trekking. Riding in Brecknockshire is something trail riders will really want to experience
Five Saints Riding Centre is situated in the Cothi Valley at the start of the Cambrian Mountains, Carmarthenshire, West Wales. It provides week long and mini-break riding holidays
Adventurous horse riders and trekking enthusiasts will enjoy horse riding in Merioneth with its pretty villages and hamlets and the annual excitement of the Merioneth Agricultural Society Show
Tal y Foel riding centre on the Isle of Anglesey offers a variety of equestrian activities and individual riding instruction to suit all standards to local riders and to horse riders on holiday
Going Home is a not for profit organisation based in Mid-Wales who rely on donations and volunteers. They specialise in Horse Rehab and Rehoming horses and ponies who have run out of luck