The Riding

Our local countryside is ‘second to none’…though of course we are biased!  You can ride for literally hours without meeting a soul.  This is wonderfully remote country!  There are miles and miles of bridleways and open moorland just waiting to be explored. You are unlikely to meet anyone else along the way.

The countryside is wild but not rugged and is unspoiled with abundant birds and other wildlife.  There are two bridle-paths passing through The Brandy House that take you up onto Beacon Hill, a 6000 acre wild moorland Crown Estate. You can ride to the trig point on the top which is at a height of 1796 ft (547m). The tracks tend to be good and offer lots of opportunities for long canters and gallops across flat-topped hills, though it is hilly and there are some steep routes.

For those of you wanting to ride independently we have an ever growing portfolio of routes for you to choose from.   Please be mindful that very little in the area is way-marked and you do need to be comfortable map reading.  For those of you who would like to ride with someone with local knowledge then we can offer you a guiding service.

Your Horse Adventures

for place to place trail riding

Brandy House Schedule

maricon.jpgBrandy House Open Day

March 19th 2016

mayicon.jpgSavvy Camp  
May 16th-21st 2016
Alison Jones 

junicon.jpgTREC Training Holiday
June 7th-11th 2016
Helen Wain and Tot Wall 


Rider Biomechanics
Body Work Clinic 
June 24th-26th 2016
Fran Griffith

julicon.jpgParelli UK Funtastic Horsemanship
July 9th-10th 2016
Sam Caporn 

julicon.jpgParelli UK Creative Horsemanship
July 16th-17th 2016
Sam Caporn

augicon.jpgRider Biomechanics
Body Work Clinic
Aug 12th-14th 2016
Fran Griffith

augicon.jpgEquine Health and Emergency First-Aid
Instructor Training
Aug 22-14 2016
Equi-Health Canada 

sepicon.jpgGroundwork and Ridden Horsemanship skills 
September 13th - 17th 2016
Sally Brett

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