Quiet lanes and bridleways make the Lincolnshire Wolds a fantastic riding area!
is suitable for carriage drivers, horse riders, cyclists and walkers.
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.
Horse Riding Routes
These interconnecting circular rides use existing and well maintained public rights of way which take in some of the most beautiful parts of the northern section of the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)
hold regular competitions at LRAC, Kenwick, Louth & at Willow Banks EC, Claxby. They also hold training clinics monthly with local instructors.
Alternatively brush up your skills at one of the excellent training and event facilities we have in the area.
Training & livery venue in the rolling Lincolnshire Wolds AONB with their extensive cross country course for schooling horses.
Brook House Farm Riding School and Livery Yard is set in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds AONB and with full indoor / outdoor facilities Brook House Farm is the perfect base for riding, livery and equestrian pursuits.
Caistor Equestrian Centre is a beautiful purpose built establishment sitting in grounds of over 30 acres in the North Lincolnshire Wolds. Specialising in all aspects of riding, competitions, training and horse care, with safe hacking, and a quality livery service.
Willow Banks EC is an exciting venue, the highly acclaimed competition arena is big enough to big split into multiple arenas giving huge flexibility. The surface is 100% consistent all year round. The going is some of the best in the country. Offering livery, affiliated and unaffiliated competitions, training clinics and an all weather gallops.
Hill House Equestrian Centre is another excellent venue, 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 unaffiliated competitions to cater for all abilities.
For more information on public rights of way or visiting the countryside, click on the links below.