What can you expect from a Freerein Guided Trail Riding Holiday? Between the west coast of Wales and the Upper Wye Valley of the Welsh Marches lie the Cambrian Mountains and the Radnor Hills. A combination of history, natural topography and Freerein research have conspired to create the world’s most extensive trail riding network. Ride… Read More »
Readers who already have pictures from previous trails with us – plus all riders who will be taking pictures during this season – are invited to select their finest FreeRein Trail photos and enter our Grand 2011 Photo Competion. Entries should be sent on disc – clearly labelled with your name,address/email to: Photo Comp, FreeRein… Read More »
An air of expection and excitement is abroad among the horses this spring. There are going to be lots of trips into the hills visiting all our favourite farms and inns. Of late there has been too many times when there has been little to do except stand around the feeding rings gossiping and grumbling… Read More »
FreeRein is seeking to employ seasonal trail riding guides for 2010 – Successful Applicants will: Have a friendly relaxed approach to people and horses. Have basic, sensible horse riding skills. Hold a current driving license. Be available from March/April through to September/October 2010. The work to include: Guiding riding groups through the Radnor Hills on… Read More »
Our 2010 brochure has now been printed and sent to all of our customers. To get your copy simply go to our horse riding holidays website and add your details. Brochure 2010 The new bochure has full details of our Guided and Unguided Trail riding holidays and is in a handy C5 pocket friendly format!