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Discover Gleneagles - Life in the saddle

 

With its stunning location in the heart of rural Perthshire, Gleneagles’ 850-acre estate is an inspiring and enchanted setting for learning to ride a horse.

 

With two nights’ luxury accommodation and access to some of the finest equestrian facilities in Scotland – including our expert team of instructors led by Equestrian Manager Michelle Kenny and our stable of calm and friendly horses – this experience offers the perfect countryside adventure.

 

Tailored for each guest depending on experience, our three packages – Take the Reins, Leg-up and Wining your Spurs – cover all abilities and stages of proficiency. From an introduction to the basics, like learning to mount, holding the reins, walking, trotting and grooming, through to cross country jumping and advanced dressage, our team will ensure everyone leaves an improved rider.

 

Whether you’re revisiting a childhood hobby, have ambitions to own your own horse, or just want to have some fun, this package presents an unrivalled learning experience in the beautiful Perthshire countryside.

Call 0800 704705 for more information and to book

FROM£1400

What’s included

  • 6 sessions (each 45 mins) of tuition with one of our qualified equestrian coaches – Kirsty, Christina, Rowan, Mhairi, Sam, Rosa or Kat

 

  • Two night stay in a Classic Room including breakfast

 

From £1400 per room for two nights including accommodation, breakfast and tuition for one rider

From £1760 per room for two nights including accommodation, breakfast and tuition for two riders

 

 

 

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