Hacking over the hills or a canter along the beach?
Horseriding in Pembrokeshire only needs to be tried once then you’ll be hooked.
From your high viewpoint it’s a great way to peek over the hedgerows at the breathtaking scenery that many visitors miss and encounter wildlife as you gently wander through the countryside.
Your qualified and experienced stablehands will pair you up with a suitable pony or horse depending on your ability. Then using Pembrokeshire’s network of lanes and bridleways they’ll take you on the most suitable trek for your group. Nervous and beginner riders can be led along relaxing woodland tracks and as confidence grows guide their steed down the lanes.
More experienced riders can head off-road into the Preseli Hills along old drovers tracks with their panoramic views or down to a glorious sandy beach for an unforgettable gallop through the surf.
Whatever your ability, the stables will make sure you leave with a smile on your face and cherished horsey memories.
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Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.