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Nocturnals may still be gloomy and the wheather fierce, but that's no excuse to put your racing dream on ice this year! You can rent our huge riding hall with fantastic Andrews Bowen Arenas finish, including lighting, jumping course and FREE teas and coffees! In addition, we still run a weekly contest or a practice hospital!
Courses with Andrew Hamilton - take your own horses or rent one from us! We are still running our funny, cheerful jumping tournaments every other Tuesday.
Horseshows in Scotland
Crossborder horsemen have entrance to amazing shows in Scotland covering all skills and skill level. When you are looking for equestrian shows in Scotland, take a look at what these equestrian centers have to offer: It can host shows and activities, shows, dog shows and activities, flyball, trunk sale, trade shows, trade shows and personal celebrations.
So if showing is your thing, then one of the shows in Scotland that you should definitely go to is the Scotish Horses Show. During July at the Royal Highland Showground in Edinburgh, participants can select from more than 100 categories, among them several Qualifier horses of the year show - for example Top Spec Show Hunter and Cuddy Working Hunters, Intermediate Show Hunter, Underwood Working Hunter Ponies and much more.
It draws more than 1,000 participants and issuers from across the UK. The Blair Castle is Scotland's largest horse show, taking place four times a year in August and drawing some of the world' s greatest eventers, drawing over 40,000 each year. Olympians will be competing alongside amateur players in the four disciplines, while British jumping and tournament categories will give both basic and pro sportspeople the opportunity to measure themselves on this sacred pitch.
Scotland's largest centre for horses is the Scotish National Equestrian Centre, a state-of-the-art centre for all West Lothian riding disciplines and activity. Only 15 min from Edinburgh, this Scotch show hall offers great amenities, such as an internationally renowned stadium with a viewpoint, warm-up area and lawn, available for both rental and shows.
Here you will find domestic and foreign contests, basic functions, pony clubs and bridle-clubs. The Ian Stark equestrian centre is another important showcase in Scotland. Situated in the centre of the border, the former Olympic Champion Ian Stark runs a 60×27 School for indoor sports, a 60×244 Open Air College, a conference room and a café with a complete range of attached jumping standards that can be rented, as well as a choice of countryside fencing.
There is a full schedule of events every year, which also includes associated and non-affiliated tournaments such as British Dressage, Free Jumping, Stamina and British Jumping. The Morris Equestrian Center in Fenwick, Ayrshire, just 30 min by car from Glasgow, has the only UK Olympics stadium and is a very favourite equestrian center in Scotland.
It also has two all-weather open-air stadiums and a three-star award winning three-star dining area. It hosts many of the world's most renowned horse shows, such as Scottish Championships, RHS Qualifier tournaments, associated and non-affiliated show jumping and jumping tournaments, as well as entertainment shows and event.