Horseback Riding in the Turks and Caicos Islands
Riding with your partner down a beautiful beach, into the sunset – it is not an unusual dream. And many kids, who might only ever see a horse on the television or YouTube, also long to hop on a horse and ride off for an adventure. On Providenciales there are two wonderful stables where visitors and residents do exactly that. Well mannered, very well kept horses and ponies can be seen trotting down both Long Bay Beach, at the south east end of the island, and along famous Grace Bay Beach in the Bight.
Many of these horses were born and bred in Grand Turk and shipped to Provo. But several were imported from the United States and the Dominican Republic. Two were born right here in Provo, one at each stable. Several were rescued and rehabilitated from unsuitable work in Grand Turk. All are now happily, healthily giving novice and experienced equestrians the ride of a lifetime.
Riders as young as seven may be allowed to ride and it is recommended that you wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. Helmets are provided and instruction. Reservations are required.
Horseback Riding on Long Bay Beach on Providenciales. Photo provided by Provo Ponies.
Horseback riding on Long Bay Beach with Provo Ponies
This long established stable in secluded Long Bay Hills offers riders a sightseeing excursion by horseback down back country roads, on trails through our ‘forest’ and ultimately down deserted Long Bay Beach for a swim. With more than 20 horses your entire family or group can ride together or meet new friends. Private rides also available. Instruction and helmets provided. Multiple guides for large groups. English and western trained and tacked. Suitable for both beginner and accomplished riders. Two rides a day; Monday to Friday. Reservations are required. Call Provo Ponies early during your vacation to arrange a morning or afternoon trail ride.A – Z: Contact details for Provo Ponies