Wales - for beautiful riding in beautiful countryside
A wonderful way to explore
Wales has everything to give riders of all ages and abilities a great experience in stunning countryside. Here you will find your perfect centre.
No country in the world offers such varied riding. In the North there are the mountains of Snowdonia, the gentle hills of Anglesey or the Welsh Marches. Travel further south and you are into the Brecon Beacons - where pony trekking was invented! It's still the same today wth beautiful farmsteads and stunning rides
South Wales offers a new twist - beaches and coastlines - and the scenery of the Pembrokeshire National Park, the Vale of Glamorgan and the Gower Peninsula. If you fancy a flutter then we have the latest racetrack to be opened in the UK at Ffos Las in Carmarthenshire.
Whether you are looking for a traditional ride or something a bit special such as cross country, beach rides, carriage driving or high quality tuition you will find it here - if not send us an email and we will sort it out for you.
If you are a beginner or an advanced rider, whether you want a gentle one hour pony trek or would prefer a more exhilarating canter or hack, you will be spoilt for choice plus accommodation for yourself and your horse in some of the most scenic locations in the world. So saddle-up and take a horseback ride around Wales from the comfort of your home.
Book a ride or accommodation? Just look for a centre below or click on the map opposite and contact them direct.
Parc le Breos Riding Centre played a major role in a new film about teh visit to the United States of the poet Dylan Thomas in 1950. You can stay in the log cabin that was used for Set Fire to the Stars starring Elijah Woods and Celyn Jones More...
Enter your pony in a trekking class? See our Shows page page for details of the WTRA International Championship. There are lots of qualifying shows in England and Wales with the final at the Usk Show in September each year - see the list on the Shows page giving lots of information for riders, show organisers and spectators.