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  • The view towards Largo and Largo Law from near Ruddons Point, on the route of the Fife Coastal Path, East Neuk of Fife
    The Fife Coastal Path
  • Beach at Tentsmuir Point, Fife
    Beach at Tentsmuir Point, Fife

Discover the Kingdom of Fife and explore the region’s natural beauty on horseback. Ride along beautiful sandy coastlines or through forests along a network of horse riding routes. If you are looking to improve your riding skills, visit one of Fife’s horse riding centres and receive tuition from fully qualified instructors.

For a perfect way to relax and unwind, riding in the Kingdom of Fife fits the bill. Whether you prefer to go for a quiet hack on a leafy forest trail, or a thrilling gallop on one of the regions beautiful wind-swept beaches, there is riding to suit all ages, abilities and requirements. You can have a short one hour trip, or go for an exciting day-long trek through the beautiful clear air of Fife.

Learn to ride at the Westerdeanhead Equestrian Centre. This 100-acre equestrian centre is situated amongst breathtaking hills with easy access to the beautiful, tranquil and traffic-free Blairadam Forests. The Barbarafield Riding School, near Cupar, is one of the oldest riding schools in Scotland and has over 300 acres of farmland to explore.

Take in the beauty of the Tentsmuir Forest in north east of Fife. This large area of forest has routes for horses through the wooded area, with an excellent chance of spotting wildlife in its natural habitat. Adjacent to the forest are miles of sandy coastline and what better way to feel the sea breeze than galloping along the beautiful golden beaches?

For an exhilarating horse riding adventure, the Kinshaldy Riding Stables offer the chance to journey into the gorgeous Quantock Hills. You can also enjoy a quiet hack through the scenic local countryside with the Scottish Equestrian Centre at Bowhouse.

Alternatively, why not bring your own horse to Fife? The Horse Welcome scheme, provides quality-assured accommodation in the UK for riders and their horses, including a comprehensive set of recommendations for grazing and stabling. Trekking and Riding Society Scotland will also help you plan your riding holiday with a list of approved riding centres offering a range of trekking and riding packages.

Browse the listings to plan your horse riding trip in Fife today.

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  1. Scottish Equestrian Centre

    Type

    Riding Schools & Centres

    Gradings

    Culross

    This British Horse Society approved and Pony Club accredited equestrian centre offers lively facilities, riding experiences and lessons to all ages and levels of rider.

  2. Devilla Forest Trails

    Type

    Horse Riding Routes & Trails

    Gradings

    Kincardine

    With an extensive network of path, Devilla Forest, by Dunfermline offers a great day out.

  3. Barbarafield Riding School

    Type

    Riding Schools & Centres

    Gradings

    The Howe of Fife

    Barbarafield Riding School is open all year round during daylight hours.

  4. Tentsmuir Forest Trails

    Type

    Horse Riding Routes & Trails

    Gradings

    Leuchars

    A large area of open land is available for horse riding at Tentsmuir Forest Trails in Fife.

  5. Gradings

    • 4 Visitor Attraction
    4 Visitor Attraction

    Dunfermline and West Fife

    Welcome to Shieldbank Riding & Vaulting Club

  6. Blairadam Forest

    Type

    Horse Riding Routes & Trails

    Gradings

    Kelty

    The forest provides a wide variety of paths and roads to explore by horse.

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