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In the Coëvrons, riding has the wind behind it! Whether you're walking, trotting or galloping, horse-riding along the Coëvrons trails is a real tradition. Overview of the facilities on offer!

WITH OR WITHOUT MY HORSE?

If you arrive in the Coëvrons in the saddle of your 4-legged companion, you should know that many hosts are used to welcoming our equine friends. Among these are Le Clos Huet in Mézangers, or The Bois du Tay accommodation for groups of riders, with comfortable paddocks to ensure you all have a restful night.

And if you don't have a horse, you can always hire a proud stallion at theFerme de la Sorie in Sainte-Suzanne-et-Chammes or at the Domaine des Ecuyers at Sainte-Gemme-le-Robert.

A GEE-GEE FOR BOTH YOUNG AND OLD

Getting into the saddle is not just for grown-ups! Littler ones can also enjoy the joys of pony rides! The Haras de Beaulieu in Sainte-Suzanne-et-Chammes or Les Centaures in Brée welcome children of all ages with a smile.

And if riding is not your thing, the Domain de Danse in Thorigné-en-Charnie offers a horse-drawn carriage for the whole family. Ideal for people with limited mobility!

However, there are no unicorn rides listed in the Coëvrons!

AND SPORT?

And for the sportiest among you, it's time to gallop!

The region's equestrian centres offer activities at a gallop, where you have to know how to hold the reins. The Pony Club of the Gué de Selle in Mézangers or the Pony Club of l'Arche in La Bazouge-des-Alleux welcome intrepid riders to their riding schools.

THE PRACTICAL STUFF: HORSE-RIDING CIRCUITS

Horses and carts can ride the 3 multi-path marked circuits in the Coëvrons. These routes are available by downloading the attached hike information sheets, which include the locations of the equestrian stopping places and picnic areas.

Our consultant Angélique is at your disposal on 02 43 01 43 60 to design tailor-made products and recommend suitable accommodation.

And can we give you a friendly reminder that it is obligatory to wear a helmet!