BHS Approved Riding + Livery Centre
RDA Accessibility Mark Centre
Based in Cumbernauld, Central Scotland, Tannoch Stables is a friendly, extensive equestrian centre offering horse riding lessons and horse livery with top class facilities and instructors.
Fully insured and approved by both The British Horse Society &
North Lanarkshire Council for your peace of mind
Awarded Equestrian Business of the Year 2015 by Horse Scotland.
The only BHS approved riding school in the central belt to achieve a 5 star award from Visit Scotland in 2018 for customer experience.
BHS Highly Commended in 2015 for our horse welfare, customer care and teaching as well as other areas.
In 2010 Dawn Harrison (stables proprietor) received the prestigious BHS Leo Harris Award for her service to riding.
MORE ABOUT US
Tannoch Stables was established in 1989, by Dawn Harrison, and consists of over 200 acres of grazing land. It is situated on the edge of Palacerigg Country Park which comprises 40 hectares of thousands of native trees and shrubs. This environment provides a sanctuary for badgers, foxes, hares and roe deer as well as hawks and owls.
The numerous paths throughout the park provide excellent hacking facilities for both the novice and the more experienced rider. The facilities include 2 outdoor all weather riding arenas and two floodlit indoor arenas. The site is protected by 24 hour on site supervision.
A full complement of cross country fences and show jumps is available. Tannoch is set in the heart of the Lanarksire countryside and is 5 minutes from the A80 and 15 minutes from Glasgow.
The establishment is a British Horse Society approved Riding School and Livery Yard and has a licence to operate from North Lanarkshire Council.
Dawn and the staff would like to extend an invitation to riders of all levels to come and visit Tannoch to view the facilities or phone for further details.
In 2014 Tannoch Stables celebrated it's 25th Anniversary, a milestone which was marked by the launch of Tannoch Tales by author Fiona Ross, a book charting the history of Tannoch Stables and introducing the characters (both four legged & two legged) that have helped it to become the place it is today.