Quiet lanes and bridleways make the Lincolnshire Wolds a fantastic riding area!Lindsey Trail
is suitable for carriage drivers, horse riders, cyclists and walkers. There are plenty of places to stay in the area where your horse is welcome too; have a look at some of the fabulous accommodation on offer along the route.Lincolnshire Wolds Riding Trails
Five riding routes through the northern part of the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) have been devised by a member of the BHS and vary in length from 7 to 19 miles.
Alternatively brush up your skills at one of the excellent schools we have in the area. Brook House Farm is in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds or why not try Caistor Equestrian Centre who also hold regular competitions.
Another excellent venue is Hill House Equestrian Centre, if you have your horse on holiday with you, the centre is based near to Market Rasen and has an excellent new outdoor facility and indoor schools available to hire, holding regular BD and BS disciplines plus unaffiliated competitions to cater for all abilities.
Holton le Moor District Riding Club a growing non-profit organisation offering many equestrian and social activities / opportunities to suit people throughout the local area wanting to have fun with their horse.
North Lincs Riding Club hold regular competitions at LRAC, Kenwick, Louth & at Willow Banks EC, Claxby. They also hold training clinics monthly with local instructors.
For more information on public rights of way or visiting the countryside, click on the links below.