Sure, heavy horse riding isn't as popular as the usual horse riding. But if you give it a try, we guarantee you won't regret it. With broad backs, feathery feet, and steady temperaments, heavy horses take riding to on a whole new level. Most breeds are at the risk of extinction, because they aren't in demand for cross country or dressage unlike their lighter counterparts. But don't be fooled. They're just as capable and attentive as riding horses. Whether you're experienced or a novice, these gentle giants will surely guide you with the utmost care.
For a small nation, the Emerald Isle sure comes out on top. It has given the world Saint Patrick, Guinness, U2, and leprechauns. Yet Ireland’s greatest asset remains its raw natural beauty.
From the majestic landscapes in Sierra Nevada to the stunning beaches in Malaga, Andalusia is home to the most spectacular horse riding trails you can think of.
The United Kingdom holds many pockets of wilderness, and there’s no better way to explore the Welsh valleys, Scottish Highlands, and English moors than on horseback.