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The Cabin Equestrian Centre

Horse Riding and Stables, Outdoor
Profile iconAges 4+
Location iconInverurie
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Horse and rider jumping at The Cabin Equestrian Centre in Inverurie

Attraction Information

BHS approved The Cabin Equestrian Centre offer instruction and hacking with qualified instructors for all ages from 4 years and above for adventurous smalls keen to get trotting!

The Cabin Equestrian Centre also offers hacks for all levels, so kids can get going with the fun stuff after the minimum of training! They cater for all abilities and their sympathetic instructors specialise in instilling confidence in nervous or novice riders so absolute beginners or shy types will be well looked after here. They also cater for disabled riders and are RDA experienced.

As well as all the marvellous riding school activities, the Cabin is a registered Pony Club Centre and membership gives young people without their a horse or pony of their own the chance to take part in many of the activities, as well as learning all about stable management and the day to day care needed.

Members meet weekly and alternate between riding and stable management activities. Riders must be able to walk and trot confidently off the lead rein. Prospective members need to complete a PC membership form, available from The Cabin Additionally they offer BHS qualification training I and II on site for those who want to take their interest further.

Opening hours

Booking required. Year round availability. You must always arrive 10 minutes early for lessons to get ready!



AB51 0LL,

Phone number

01467 624378


Group lessons and hacks 1 hour £25 Jumping lessons 1 hour £27 Private lessons half hour £30; 45 minutes £43 Pony Club sessions 1 hour 30 minutes £25 (plus annual sub) Pony Days half day £35, full day £60 Stable Management 1 hour £25, half hour £12.50

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