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Spain - Los Alamos

The horses are mainly Andalucian and Spanish-Arab crosses ridden in English tack. Weight limit for the Andalucian horses is 83kg, but there one or two horses suitable for riders up to 100kg available (for experienced riders only).

You should be confident at all paces riding a forward going and responsive horse. The pace is varied and there are quite a few opportunities for exhilarating canters and gallops in the forest and along the beach, although beach riding is always subject to the tide conditions.

Normally between mid-June and mid-September riding close to the ocean’s edge is not allowed, but Los Alamos has been granted a license to ride on the beach in the summer months providing they are on the beach early in the morning.

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Spanish Riding Specialist  Lucy Downes

Lucy says:

This centre-based ride is one of our most popular holidays. Ride down sandy forest tracks in the shade of the tree and gallop across the beach and along the waters edge.

My top tip:

I would definitely recommend packing some sunglasses; they will help protect your eyes not only from the sun but also from any sand being kicked up by the horse in front of you!

Call: 01299 272 238 | email: lucy@inthesaddle.com
 
 

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