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STRATHORN FARM STABLES AND RIDING SCHOOL

 

 

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STRATHORN FARM STABLES AND RIDING SCHOOL

 

 

Welcome to Strathorn farm stables and riding school

Strathorn Farm Stables and Riding School is owned and operated by Ruth and George Skinner.  The Skinner family have a proud history of working with horses that stretches back hundreds of years.  Strathorn has been home to The Skinner Family and their horses since 1939.  In 1991 George and Ruth decided it was time to pass on their vast knowledge and experience by opening up a stables and riding school to offer lessons in all aspects of horse craft.   

We offer daily riding lessons for people of all abilities, driving lessons, jumping, horse care, schooling and breaking, livery, carriages for special occasions, advice on purchasing horses and harness, horses for sale and much much more.  We are always happy to answers your questions and pass on our knowledge. 

 

Special Events


ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Special Events


ANNOUNCEMENTS 


 

Family day with heavy horses

Sunday April 30, 2017

10 am to 4 pm 

Over 16 years old £5Children free.

Would you like to see how Clydesdales are prepared for shows? Want to know how they get their big fluffy feet? Come and have a ride in a dray! 
Other activities include pony rides for everyone over 5 years old, viewing of horses and ponies for sale. 
From 1.30 pm you can see the Strathorn Drill Team of 4 ridden Clydesdales and a Garioch Carriage Driving for Disabled demonstration. There will be a barbeque and refreshments will be available! 


In aid of Charlie House. 


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Contact

Call Ruth on: 01464 851204

email: strathornfarm@yahoo.com

or Visit...

Yearly Schedule


Contact

Call Ruth on: 01464 851204

email: strathornfarm@yahoo.com

or Visit...

 

 

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Contact


Contact and Booking

Call Ruth on: 01464 851204

email: strathornfarm@yahoo.com

or Visit...

Contact


Contact and Booking

Call Ruth on: 01464 851204

email: strathornfarm@yahoo.com

or Visit...

 

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Call 01464 851204 or Visit...

Strathorn Farm Stables is within view of Bennachie on the A96 Aberdeen/Inverness road, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Drive past Inverurie, pass Pitcaple and continue on to Pitmachie.  Turn right into the village of Old Rayne. Go past the village hall and you will see a small monument on the right. Turn right here -  into Strathorn Road  - continue up the hill and keep going for one mile. You will arrive at the Farm on the right hand side of the road.

Strathorn Farm Stables and Riding School
Pitcaple, Inverurie, AB51 5EJ
United Kingdom

A note to help keep our horses healthy: 

Please always wear freshly washed clothes, clean boots and have clean hands when you come to the Riding School. This is to ensure that if you have been in contact with any other horses you won't spread any diseases. One disease is Strangles, a highly contagious infectious disease caused by the bacteria Streptococcus equi which affects the lymph nodes of the upper respiratory tract (nose and throat).  It can cause large abscesses, prevent swallowing and restrict breathing. Please help us keep our horses healthy. Thank you for understanding. 

Email

General Inquiries
strathornfarm@yahoo.com

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enjoy the scenery around Bennachie

as you ride on our many trails  

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enjoy the scenery around Bennachie

as you ride on our many trails  

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Our Mission


Strathorn Clydesdales

 

We have horses of all shapes and sizes, 

from ponies up to the mighty Clydesdale

 

 

 

Our Mission


Strathorn Clydesdales

 

We have horses of all shapes and sizes, 

from ponies up to the mighty Clydesdale

 

 

 

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Our experience with Strathorn Farm Stables exceeded all expectations and we would love to return.
— Tamara Williams