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Horse Riding

Horse Riding

The Cotswolds has many quality riding schools offering horse riding for all ages and abilities. Many schools have their own facilities such as schooling arenas, show jumps and cross-country courses. Many have access to bridle paths for picnic and pub rides through the Gloucestershire and Worcestershire countryside.

The following riding schools are listed in order of proximity to Park Farm Holiday Cottages, but all enjoy stunning Cotswold surroundings.

Bourton Vale Equestrian Centre (4 miles)
Fosseway, Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire, GL54 2HN
Telephone : 01451 821101
Mobile : 07910 138465

Bourton Vale Equestrian Centre is a friendly riding establishment offering expert tuition and scenic rides around Bourton on the Water and in particular the picturesque villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter. Facilities include a mini cross country course and outdoor school. Pre-booking is essential.

Pioneer Equestrian Coaching (4 miles)
Evenlode Grounds Farm, Evenlode, GL56 0YS
Telephone : 01608 670200

Pioneer is an affordable, fun and welcoming school, teaching in a calm, safe and supportive environment.

Cotswold Riding (8 miles)
Upper Woodhills Farm, Lower Lemington, Moreton-in-Marsh, GL56 9NW
Telephone : 07508 773255 (Pat) or 07584 209206 (Sally)

Cotswold Riding (Previously known as Durhams Farm) is a small friendly riding school offering escorted picnic rides, pub rides and fun days with horses and ponies for all levels.

Cotswolds Riding (11 miles)
The Vines, Stanton, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7NE
Telephone : 01386 584250

Cotswolds Riding has over 50 horses and ponies to suit any level of ability. Set at the foot of the Cotswolds escarpment, riders can enjoy many miles of paths and bridleways, with virtually no roadwork.

Talland School of Equitation (20 miles)
Dairy Farm, Ampney Knowle, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5ED
Telephone : 01285 740155

Talland offers tuition for all ages and abilities from beginner to advanced and also the opportunity to watch top international horses in training.


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