Lincolnshire is simply perfect country for horse riders of all abilities.
It may be the sport of kings, but horses and horse riding have always been at the heart of Lincolnshire's traditional countryside heritage.
Our open rural expanses and network of quiet lanes offer easy and safe horse riding trails. Bridleways have few gates and there's very little traffic on the leafy country lanes, many of which are old drove roads with wide grass verges.
For Lincolnshire's version of Big Country riding, it's hard to beat horse trekking through the Lincolnshire Wolds with its rolling hills, wonderful countryside, ancient tracks and country lanes.
Caistor Equestrian Centre, nestling in rolling countryside on the edge of this historic market town, offers purpose built facilities and expert tuition for riders of all abilities, from complete beginners to experienced competitor.
Experience every horse rider's dream of galloping on the beach at Orchard Farm Riding Holidays near Skegness - where you can even bring your own horse on holiday! Or canter across Cleethorpes beach with treks from Seaview Equestrian Centre.
For a horse-themed day out, try Northcote Heavy Horse Centre, a visitor attraction and animal sanctuary providing a permanent home for horses and ponies that have nowhere else to go. As well as meeting the horses, there's also a chance to go on a day ride and special annual medieval pageants, with horses and riders dressed for the occasion!
And Lincolnshire can also claim one of the England's most picturesque horse riding racetracks.
Set in its rural surroundings on the edge of the Wolds, Market Rasen Racecourse offers a friendly family atmosphere, quality racing and amazing views unmatched any where in the country.
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