There are so many things you can do when you visit Canberra. From visiting the National Museum of Australia to relaxing at the National Botanic Gardens, you can never miss something interesting to do there. However, if you are visiting the Greater Canberra area, horse riding Canberra is a must do activity. Trail ride is a popular equine activity in Canberra that takes you through hidden scenery where you can view stunning mountain views and native wildlife such as kangaroos, wombats, rabbits and birds. If you have never been on a horseback before, there is no need to worry. Most riding schools have highly skilled instructors who are patient to take you through the knitty gritty of horse riding Canberra.
Instructors are willing to teach you everything from basic riding skills to proper ways of seating on a horse. Considering the fact that it can be costly and dangerous to learn how to ride a horse, it is important you choose the right riding school. Horse riding Canberra is quite popular and there are many schools in the area which can make it difficult to choose the best one. If you are not sure where to start, go to all of the riding schools before choosing the right one. You will be able to compare the facilities and horses that best suits your needs. Make sure you look around the equine facility to check if it is clean and safe to ride a horse. Lastly pay close attention to the horses, instructors and lessons offered to see if they are in line with your equine goals.
The horse industry in Canberra is diverse and large encompassing amateur and professional organizations such as breed associations, sporting organizations, businesses and individuals that utilize equine for professional or leisure activities. On the other hand, stakeholders in the equine industry include those involved mainly in racing, breeding and non racing activities. These stakeholders are always working to shape the future of equine industry in Canberra. Even though there are no clear data showing how much the equine industry contributes to the country’s economy, the fact remains it is a key industry that attracts local and foreign tourists to Canberra.