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Fast or Slow

 

 

Brandy House Farm

for one centre holidays



Testimonials

Finally catching up with my emails since getting back from wales! Thank you for sending these photos - they are a great reminder of our exciting first moments of our expedition!! Thank you once again for organising our wonderful holiday - it really was the best time I have spent with my horse Rocky and we cant wait to embark on another riding holiday!! We also met some lovely people along the way I will be recommending you trans-wales trip to every horsey person I meet and encourage them to give the self guided route a go as it was truly brilliant and gave a real sense of achievement in making it to each overnight stop along the way!!

Thank you again..............Sarah and Rocky

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Fast or Slow?

Trail rides are not speed rides ... but they are great fun!  The difference being that you are riding for tomorrow and the next day and the next ......

As you are likely to be riding for several days you need to think about saving your horse for the next day.  You will probably be slower than you think as you will have saddle bags (how large will depend whether or not you have a luggage ferry).  You need to allow for gates, obstacles & navigation challenges along the way.  

A change of pace however during the ride helps keep you and your horse warm, loosened up and is less tiring than just sticking to one pace ....

Fast or slow ...... your choice!

In the Press

In the bleak Midwinter PDF

Riding the great Outdoors PDF

Savvy Times 2011 PDF

The Performance Trail Horse

Two ponies go back to their roots 


 

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