Horse riding in the UK is a popular outdoor activity, thanks to its hilly landscape, scenic riding trails, and historic relationship with horses. Great for a weekend or long week retreat, on a horse riding holiday, you'll get to improve your riding skills, as well as taking care of the horses during your stay. Challenge yourself by steep woodland climbs, and marvel at the amazing views you'll encounter during your rides. Whether your aim is to get more confident in your riding, learn how to jump, want to spend time around horses, a horse riding holiday in the UK is perfect for this!
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.
If you enjoy being in nature, with the wind dancing freely in your hair, then a horse riding holiday in the United Kingdom may just be the perfect idea of a getaway.
One of the most frequently asked questions from novice riders is “what is the difference between English and Western riding?”, often followed by “which one is easiest?” Depending on where you learned to ride, you may already be comfortable with English or Western style riding without knowing the difference. So we will attempt to explain exactly that!