The Scottish Borders Ride, Scotland

6 NightsStrong Intermediate to AdvancedFrom £2,600 GBP?Tour costs £2,600 GBP which is approximately $4,450 AUD

{CUE} Bagpipe fanfare. Hey Outlander tragics: listen UP! Globetrotting is pleased to present The Scottish Borders Ride, designed exclusively for Globetrotters. You won’t find this ride anywhere else in the WORLD.

On this itinerary you’ll have the unique privilege to ride in the Common Ridings – the oldest horse riding festival in the world. You’ll be mounted on a nifty Irish Sport Horse and ride shoulder-to-shoulder with Scottish lads and lassies, tailored in tweed, bursting with good cheer, happy to share a time-honoured tradition.

Now let me just segue into some Scottish history here. The Common Ridings are an annual event celebrated in Scottish Border towns from May through to September. The tradition of Common Riding dates back to the 13th and 14th centuries, during the continual border wars with both England and other clans, when local men risked their lives to protect their town and people from invasion. Long after they ceased to be essential, the Ridings continued in commemoration of local legend, history and tradition. With that said, YOU get to ride in a Common Riding as part of The Scottish Borders Ride. WHOOP!

And when you’re not on a Common Riding, your days will see you trit-trotting across grassy glens, moorlands dotted in sheep and unspoiled coastlines. The dramatic scenery will pull you back in time to a bygone world of clan clashes and romantic tales of damsels in distress.

You’ll be guests at Cringletie House Hotel, which is hands-down amazing, bespoke yet homely. Throughout the week, you’ll be hosted by general manager, Will Haegeland, who will charm you with his Scottish knowledge and hospitality. And let’s not forget the out-of-saddle delights like a wee dram (whisky) beside a crackling fire after a successful Common Riding; the tingle on the back of your neck when ‘Scotland the Brave’ skirls on the pipes at your welcome dinner; and the afternoon when you trade your riding pants for a tartan kilt to try your hand at Highland Games.

It’s a brilliant balance of riding paired with free time to explore the Borders’ historical highlights. *This is why this ride is PERFECT for non-riding partners.

Once you’ve completed The Scottish Borders Ride you’ll qualify as an honorary Scot, having stepped out on a Common Riding, tossed a shot-put in a kilt, slugged a single-malt whisky and appreciated some fine pipe music. Scottish ancestry or not, Outlander fan or not, you need to make a beeline for this ride.

Fast Facts

  • Horse Breed:A mixture of Irish Draughts, Irish Cobs, Irish Sport Horses and Connemaras. *Please note, you can expect to ride a variety of horses throughout your holiday, with different horses being used for the Common Ridings.
  • Pace:The pace is variable, depending on the nature of the terrain, but riders will enjoy long stretches of trotting, fast-paced canters and galloping on Common Riding days.
  • Weight Limit:A maximum of 95kg / 209lbs.
  • Type of tack:English all-purpose saddles.
  • Seasons:May through to September, when the Common Rides through the Scottish Border towns occur.
  • Group size:A maximum of 10 guests per departure.
  • Time in Saddle:This itinerary is variable depending on the individual Common Ridings. Be prepared to ride between 2 to 6 hours daily. Refer to the suggested itinerary for a more accurate breakdown of hours in the saddle.
  • Riding Ability:Suitable for strong intermediate to advanced riders only. This ride is NOT for the faint-hearted - nervous riders would be out of their depth on this ride, not because of the horses, but more due to the pace of the ride. On some of the Common Ridings, you will be riding alongside 300 horses and riders. With such a huge group, a range of unpredictable scenarios can occur, so you need to be alert, calm and quick-thinking. All riders need to be confident trotting and cantering over open and varied terrain, including downhill.  Not sure what your riding ability is? Watch THIS video to find out.
  • Accommodation:Twin share accommodation at Cringletie House Hotel just outside the Scottish Border town of Peebles. With its very distinct architecture, the guest rooms at Cringletie ooze comfort and character while being modern and elegant, with romantic turrets to feature fireplaces. All rooms have ensuite bathrooms. Will, the general manager, alongside his team, will go above and beyond to cater for your every need.
  • Ride Length:7 days, 6 nights, with 6 riding days.
  • Inclusions:

    The price includes all riding, twin share accommodation, meals (from first day dinner through to breakfast on the last day) and Common Ride fees.

  • Exclusions:

    The price does not include international flights, travel insurance (compulsory), all transfers, alcohol and dinner on one night of the itinerary (a high tea is included during the afternoon on that particular day).

 

DEPARTURE DATES & RATES

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September 6, 2022September 12, 2022SOLD OUT!
£2,600 GBP ?Tour costs £2,600 GBP which is approximately $4,450 AUD - Twin Share?Happy to share with another solo traveller of the same gender
£3,185 GBP ?Tour costs £3,185 GBP which is approximately $5,451 AUD - Single Rider?Happy to pay a booking supplement for own room
£1,565 GBP ?Tour costs £1,565 GBP which is approximately $2,679 AUD - Non Rider?To twin-share with a riding guest
May 4, 2023May 10, 202310 spots left
£3,050 GBP ?Tour costs £3,050 GBP which is approximately $5,220 AUD - Twin Share?Happy to share with another solo traveller of the same genderBook
£3,770 GBP ?Tour costs £3,770 GBP which is approximately $6,452 AUD - Single Rider?Happy to pay a booking supplement for own roomBook
£1,850 GBP ?Tour costs £1,850 GBP which is approximately $3,166 AUD - Non Rider?To twin-share with a riding guestBook
May 11, 2023May 17, 20238 spots left
£3,050 GBP ?Tour costs £3,050 GBP which is approximately $5,220 AUD - Twin Share?Happy to share with another solo traveller of the same genderBook
£3,770 GBP ?Tour costs £3,770 GBP which is approximately $6,452 AUD - Single Rider?Happy to pay a booking supplement for own roomBook
£1,850 GBP ?Tour costs £1,850 GBP which is approximately $3,166 AUD - Non Rider?To twin-share with a riding guestBook
May 18, 2023May 24, 20235 spots left
£3,050 GBP ?Tour costs £3,050 GBP which is approximately $5,220 AUD - Twin Share?Happy to share with another solo traveller of the same genderBook
£3,770 GBP ?Tour costs £3,770 GBP which is approximately $6,452 AUD - Single Rider?Happy to pay a booking supplement for own roomBook
£1,850 GBP ?Tour costs £1,850 GBP which is approximately $3,166 AUD - Non Rider?To twin-share with a riding guestBook
June 18, 2023June 24, 2023SOLD OUT!
£3,050 GBP ?Tour costs £3,050 GBP which is approximately $5,220 AUD - Twin Share?Happy to share with another solo traveller of the same gender
£3,770 GBP ?Tour costs £3,770 GBP which is approximately $6,452 AUD - Single Rider?Happy to pay a booking supplement for own room
£1,850 GBP ?Tour costs £1,850 GBP which is approximately $3,166 AUD - Non Rider?To twin-share with a riding guest
July 3, 2023July 9, 2023Only 1 spot left!
£3,050 GBP ?Tour costs £3,050 GBP which is approximately $5,220 AUD - Twin Share?Happy to share with another solo traveller of the same genderBook
£3,770 GBP ?Tour costs £3,770 GBP which is approximately $6,452 AUD - Single Rider?Happy to pay a booking supplement for own room
£1,850 GBP ?Tour costs £1,850 GBP which is approximately $3,166 AUD - Non Rider?To twin-share with a riding guestBook
July 19, 2023July 25, 2023SOLD OUT!
£3,050 GBP ?Tour costs £3,050 GBP which is approximately $5,220 AUD - Twin Share?Happy to share with another solo traveller of the same gender
£3,770 GBP ?Tour costs £3,770 GBP which is approximately $6,452 AUD - Single Rider?Happy to pay a booking supplement for own room
£1,850 GBP ?Tour costs £1,850 GBP which is approximately $3,166 AUD - Non Rider?To twin-share with a riding guest
July 31, 2023August 6, 2023SOLD OUT!
£3,050 GBP ?Tour costs £3,050 GBP which is approximately $5,220 AUD - Twin Share?Happy to share with another solo traveller of the same gender
£3,770 GBP ?Tour costs £3,770 GBP which is approximately $6,452 AUD - Single Rider?Happy to pay a booking supplement for own room
£1,850 GBP ?Tour costs £1,850 GBP which is approximately $3,166 AUD - Non Rider?To twin-share with a riding guest
August 6, 2023August 12, 2023SOLD OUT!
£3,050 GBP ?Tour costs £3,050 GBP which is approximately $5,220 AUD - Twin Share?Happy to share with another solo traveller of the same gender
£3,770 GBP ?Tour costs £3,770 GBP which is approximately $6,452 AUD - Single Rider?Happy to pay a booking supplement for own room
£1,850 GBP ?Tour costs £1,850 GBP which is approximately $3,166 AUD - Non Rider?To twin-share with a riding guest

PLEASE NOTE: Only advanced riders can take part in the May departure dates due to the pace and distance of the Common Rides.

**You will be required to pay the single supplement rate should we not have another guest willing to twin share with you.**

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE PRICE?
The price includes all riding, twin share accommodation, meals (from first day dinner through to breakfast on the last day) and Common Ride fees.

WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE?
The price does not include international flights, travel insurance (compulsory), all transfers, alcohol and dinner on one night of the itinerary (a high tea is included during the afternoon on that particular day).

Accepted payment is by credit or debit card only. There is a 2% surcharge on all card payments. Click HERE to read our recommendations on which cards are best to use to avoid international transaction fees.

WHY IS THE PRICE QUOTED IN GBP?
With our riding destinations, the currency is dictated by our ride partner in that country. Therefore due to fluctuating exchange rates we have to quote in the same currency.

Itinerary

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Please note, this is a suggested itinerary only and subject to change at the discretion of your guides due to weather and other influencing factors.

The set dates and starting times of the Common Ride days are subject to vary, depending on the location of the event. Rest assured, you’ll enjoy two Common Rides throughout your itinerary (with the exception of the September departure, which will only include one).

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  • Day 1

    Today is the day you’ve been waiting for Globetrotters. You’re in Scotland – tick! You’ve landed in the glistening Border countryside with a hillside lush with vibrant shades of green and peppered with welcoming villages that uphold ancient traditions. And you’re about to embark on a 6-day riding adventure through the battle-scarred landscape ripe with the region’s turbulent history. I’ve got tingles running up and down just thinking about it, does life get better than this? I think not!

    You’ll need to arrive at your bespoke accommodation – Cringletie House, which looks more like a castle than a hotel – at around 1-2pm and be shown to your rooms by your host, Will and his welcoming and friendly staff who will be there throughout the week to offer a helping hand should you require any assistance.

    You’ll be able to settle in and get changed for riding before driving approximately 15 minutes down the road to the Equestrian Centre, arriving at 2:45pm, where you’ll be met by Susy and her superb team of horses. Remember, you’ll be riding different horses throughout the week, which is a wonderful experience in itself, so take some time to meet the different horses at the yard, as you may end up riding a few of them during your stay. After a quick safety briefing, you’ll climb on board your horse (word of warning: the horses are all rather tall, so don’t be afraid to ask for assistance or a mounting block) and head off down the road and into the rolling, wooded hills above the village of Cardrona for a short afternoon ride. There will be plenty of opportunities for bursts of speed so that you become accustomed to the powerful horse you’ve been partnered with. You’ll find yourself pleasantly surprised at how these horses will go for a fast canter, then simply be happy to wander along on a long rein straight after without any fuss.

    After arriving back at the stable yard, you’ll then head back to Cringletie where you’ll have time to freshen up before a welcome dinner with some flamboyant Scottish fanfare thrown in for good measure. Loosen your belts, globetrotters, as the food you’ll be served throughout this week will definitely be worth the extra calories!

    Approximately 1.5 hour introductory ride.

  • Day 2

    After a breakfast worthy of royalty (seriously, you do NOT want to miss the lavish spread served each morning at Cringletie), you’ll drive across to Susy’s other property in Manor Valley (approx. 15min drive) where you’ll find some new horses ready and waiting for your day’s adventure. You’ll explore fells, roam across moors and enjoy 360 degree views. Get ready to fall in love with the Border country of Scotland, which is just as magical and picturesque as the highlands (and much more accessible). After some exhilarating, wind-in-your-hair canters, you’ll stop for a picnic lunch (provided by our friends at Cringletie) before continuing on for the afternoon. Dinner tonight will be back at Cringletie Hotel.

    Approximately 3 to 4 hours in the saddle.

  • Day 3

    HIP, HIP HOORAY! it’s your Common Riding day! Steeped in history, dressed in your tartan jacket and tie, you’ll ride shoulder-to-shoulder with hundreds of Scottish horsemen and women, led by the appointed lads and lasses from the local village, in a spectacular re-enactment of a time when clans rode the borders to protect their common lands from thieves and greedy landlords. It’s going to be fast-paced and exhilarating as you gallop across fields, crossing streams and rivers and performing the task of ‘checking the stones.’ Soak up the atmosphere of the event, Globetrotters, because there is nothing else like it in the world!

    *Please note, each local town’s Common Riding differs with their start/finish times, route and hours in the saddle. Rest assured, you will well and truly get your riding fix no matter which Common Riding falls during your departure.

  • Day 4

    After yesterday’s exciting extravaganza, you’ll be able to enjoy a lie in and a late breakfast (around 9am), before jumping in your car and heading to the beach (about a 90min drive from Cringletie)! That’s right, Globetrotters, today you’ll get to explore part of the coastline of Scotland from the back of your horse. Let’s hope the Scottish sun is shining because John Muir Country Park is an unspoilt coastline where farmland kisses the sea, perfect for endless beach canters and wading in the shallows.

    After your ride, you might wish to slip up into Dunbar and have a drink at Winterfield golf club perched atop the hillside, with beautiful views of the beach and surrounding national park. After which, you’ll need to zoom back to Cringletie where you’ll be treated to a Scottish High Tea that is so much more than the traditional fare of haggis, porridge and whiskey. You’ll have to squint at the number of carbs you’ll ingest while you tuck into hot, buttery scones, ribbon sandwiches, sweet yum-yums AND a hot meal.

    Because of this, dinner tonight is not included. If you’re still peckish after your High Tea, we recommend an evening pub visit to the handsome town of Peebles, just 15 minutes down the road {at your own cost}. Ask the lovely team at Cringletie for their recommendations on the best places to eat!

  • Day 5

    Another day for a chilled-out hack in the Scottish Borders where you’ll have a chance to appreciate the Borders way of life from the back of a horse. You’ll fall head over heels in love with its fairytale setting; just imagine: crumbling stone fences, blushing green paddocks and grandiose mansions perched on hillsides. Then there are the dramatic moorlands dotted in sheep and the River Tweed that squiggles through the counties.

    After a morning ride, returning for lunch at Cringletie, you’ll limber up for a stint in the mini Highland Games! Seriously, could this itinerary get any more Scottish? I think not, and that’s why we LOVE it! Think, traditional heavy athletic events like tug-o-war and the caber toss, as well as Highland dance competitions, track and field events, and of course piping. Combining sport, fun and culture in a uniquely Scottish style, the Highland Games are a spectacle like no other. And YOU get to take part in it! #winning

    Fun fact: Did you know that Baron Coubertin, the founder of the modern Olympics, was so impressed by a Highland display he saw at the 1889 Paris Exhibition that he introduced the hammer throw, shot put and the tug o’ war to his competition? Talk about high praise! The former two are obviously still included in the Olympics program to this day – just one of the many fascinating facts of the Highland Games.

  • Day 6

    Your last riding day (boo!) but don’t worry, you’ll be ending with a Braveheart finale – one last Common Riding through a charming village and its picture-book surrounds. So button up your tweed for one final HURRAH and savour every moment of this historical Scottish event. It will be a Globetrotting pinch-yourself moment as you take part in one of the oldest horse festivals in the world. Tonight you’ll enjoy a farewell dinner at Cringletie Hotel.

  • Day 7

    Savour the last delicious breakfast at Cringletie before you have to check out this morning. You’ll bid a fond farewell to Will and his team, say goodbye to your fellow globetrotters who have no doubt become firm friends, and head off on your merry way. In fact, now that you’ve completed the Scottish Border Ride you nearly qualify as an honorary Scot after stepping out on a Common Ride, tossing a shot-put in a kilt, slugging a single-malt whiskey and appreciating some fine pipe music.

  • Transfer Information

    Please be aware this is a self-driving riding holiday. You’ll need to hire a car as you’ll be expected to drive to and from your ride destination each day, whether it’s the stables (15 minutes from Cringletie Hotel), the beach, or the Common Ride locations, which can be up to an hour away. There is no transfer service included with this ride.

    When you’re not in the saddle, thanks to your hire car, you’ll have the freedom to explore local towns and historical attractions (i.e. Traquair House) in your down-time.

    If you’re a solo traveller, we can tee you up with another globetrotter booked on your departure date so you can share the cost of a hire car.

    Depending on your budget and where you’re flying from, you have the option of flying into either London or Edinburgh airports and hiring a car from there. Keep in mind, Edinburgh is a 1 hour drive from Cringletie Hotel while London is a 6 hour drive.

    Globetrotting is happy to provide a competitive quote on international flights, travel insurance, car hire and accommodation before and after your ride.

  • History of the Common Rides

    Every summer the towns of the Scottish Borders stage the Common Ridings, one of the oldest equestrian traditions in the world. The ridings aren’t just an unforgettable spectacle of horsemanship, pageantry and community spirit, they’re a custom upheld with real fervour by locals in homage to the region’s unique identity, shaped in part by its tumultuous past.

    A Common Riding remembers the days when the men of a settlement would ride around the exterior of their village to check that its borders hadn’t been encroached. The tradition of common riding dates back to the 13th century, in the days when the Border Reivers (a historical name for robbers and thieves) plagued locals with attacks, stealing cattle and goods. In these lawless times, the leaders of a town would appoint a leader and a number of the strongest townsmen, who would then ride the clan’s boundaries to protect their common lands and prevent encroachment by neighbouring landlords and their clans. This is a tradition that continues today in symbolic form in commemoration of local legend, history and tradition with magnificent ride outs involving hundreds of horses, ridden with a passion worthy of the reivers old.

    Out of the 11 Ridings in existence today, Hawick, Selkirk, Langholm and Lauder all lay claim to be the oldest, but perhaps the true original is buried in the mists of time. Each community starts its celebration with the election of that year’s principal lass and lads, and in a colourful ceremony the Burgh Flag or Standard, is ‘bussed’ and tied to the staff by the principal lass, recalling the days when a knight’s lady attached her ribbon to his lance before battle. On horseback, they lead their followers in the festivities.

    Speaking from first-hand experience, it’s pure joy to ride alongside Scottish folk in honour of their heritage while careening through fluoro green paddocks, ancient forests and farms. While ending in the local village to wave to towns folk who join in on the festivities.

  • Non-Riders

    This itinerary is suitable for non-riders who have their own car – the region is ripe with history and Cringletie Hotel is a suitable base for a number of day trips around the area. The nearby Traquair House (Scotland’s oldest inhabited house) is certainly well worth a visit, and be sure to liaise with the team at Cringletie, for more Scottish-inspired activities. The non-rider price consists of all standard inclusions in the rider package (i.e. meals, accommodation, extra activities within the itinerary etc.) minus the riding element.

What our valued Globetrotters say about The Scottish Borders Ride

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Lorraine Sparra

‘The Scottish Borders Ride changed my life. I cannot wait to do again, it was what dreams are made of and by far the best vacation I have ever experienced! Every single item and event was perfect. On a scale of 1-10, I can easily say 45! I had the pleasure of riding 5 different horses and each one was spectacular. They were beautiful, kind, fit and so much fun to ride! The Cringletie House accommodations were 5 star and the staff and service were exceptional. The meals were absolutely delicious, each one better than the last. Many times I had to pinch myself and wipe away tears of joy while galloping across the beautiful countryside, crossing creeks, cantering up hills, waving to the townsfolk on the Common Ridings and yelling ‘Hip Hip Hooray!’ These are memories I will treasure for the rest of my life!’

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Joseph Sparra

‘OVERPROMOTED and OVERDELIVERED! That does not happen often with a trip of any sorts, but Globetrotting did just that. From the preparation suggestions and what we could expect, to the accommodations at Cringletie Hotel, to the horses we rode and the itinerary with softer rides in between the Common Ridings, it was a 25 on a scale from 1 to 10! Be prepared, Globetrotting, we’re coming back. And sooner than you think!’

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Katrina Evans

‘The Common Ridings are unique in my experience. Never before when riding through town streets have I been cheered by hundreds of people packing the pavements, or, on reaching the summit of an uphill gallop, been greeted by friendly strangers waiting to hand out cold beers! The riding itself is exhilarating and the landscape beautiful, but it’s the feeling of being included and welcomed into a genuine community tradition that makes it special. Kingston carried me on both Common Ridings, staying confident and surefooted over grass, stone and bog, up and downhill and across ditches. Suzy’s advice was not to think too hard and trust the horse. I would trust Kingston to do my taxes – he knows his job inside out!’

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Angela Hauer

‘A holiday to remember forever. A combination of adventures riding in beautiful Scottish scenery with lovely Scottish people including you in their community traditions. Adonis and Costa were both super horses, very willing and eager to please. The guides, Gemma and Suzy, are gold. They are very professional and tell you everything you want to know. The Common Ridings are an adventure that can’t be compared to anything else. The second Common Riding was the most superb because we knew our horses better and had more of an idea of what to expect. The weather changed with every hill we took – really Scottish. I loved the contact with the local people and their friendliness. I loved everything!’

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Rachel Beach

‘This Globetrotting experience has changed my life! After waiting two years due to Covid, the breathtaking scenery, hospitable people, and amazing horses took my breath away in more ways than one. The Scottish Common Ridings are like nothing else, and I feel honored to have been part of such an old tradition! I rode Yannis, Rambo, Skye, Rocco and Dakota and I was completely blown away by them all. They knew exactly what to do and the way they navigated the terrain was unbelievable. The entire trip was incredible. Seeing Scotland on horseback is the best way to do it!’

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JoLee Wennersten

‘This was the most amazing trip! Our guides, Gemma and Helen, were fun and informative. The staff at Cringletie were courteous and efficient and the food was amazing. The actual riding was totally different from anything I’ve ever experienced in my life. The Hawick Common Riding was a day I will never forget – so awesome! The horses were exceptional. I rode Adonis most of the time. He was a big teddy bear and took amazingly good care of me on the Common Ridings. I also rode Sebastian, who I loved. For everyone who made this trip possible, a GREAT big hug and thank you so much!’

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Julie Smith

‘I’ve never done a holiday without my own horse before. I was so impressed with the quality of the horses and the care and attention given to them. Susy and her team really care about them and the standards are extremely high – the horses come first, which is what was important to me. I rode Bruno, who was incredibly well mannered and looked after me every step of the way. The riding was unforgettable. It challenged me, but was incredibly exhilarating. The beach ride was the best ride of my life – I will never top that!’

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Rachel Roman

‘Susy and Gemma are amazing horse women and professionals, and both very kind and funny! Our first Common Riding was my favorite day. At dinner the night before, Gemma warned us this was going to be the fastest riding we had ever done. Although I have lots of experience going fast (such as wild horses across the Mongolian steppe), I still had the pre-horse show jitters. We started riding through the town with thousands of people cheering us off with a ‘HAYYeee’ and my horse Cosmo was excited, but steady as can be. Anytime we stopped to wait, he would quiver with excitement but not put a foot wrong. It was clear he knew what was about to happen and he was excited for it, which put me at ease. On our first bolt up the hill, as he leapt over ditches with total grace, I knew this was going to be a FANTASTIC day! The quality of the horses on this ride was top notch and this was truly a horse experience, not just a vacation with horses.’

The Scottish Borders Ride, Scotland - Globetrotting horse riding holidays

Paula Hursey

‘This was a trip of a lifetime, and Scotland has to be one of the most beautiful places on Earth! The horses were utterly amazing. My favourite was Wallace – he was so intelligent! He knew exactly what he was doing, and he took excellent care of me. The accommodations were incredible! Our hosts were so lovely and accommodating and our guides were very knowledgeable. The first Common Riding was fantastic because it was all so new, and the second Common Riding was even better, because we knew what was coming and got to enjoy things even more. I can’t wait to book my next trip!’

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