SA Trails

First Time Riders & Gear

On arrival, and before we go on any outride, our instructor will give beginners a short lesson on what to expect and what to do.

SA Trails has an enviable safety track record. We were the first to design a training simulator. This development ensures both horse and rider understand each other. Your safety is our priority and we take all pre-cautions to ensure your ride is enjoyable, breathtaking, relaxed and safe.


Unfortunately our horses are not weight carriers; we therefore cannot cater for riders that weigh 90 kilograms and above.

Arrival time

Please be sure to be on time – we do not want to delay the rest of the group.


We require a deposit to confirm your booking.

The balance must be paid on arrival in cash as we do not have card facilities available at our premises. Please remember to bring extra for a cool drink after the trail.

Banking Details:

SA Trails
Savings Account
Account: 91-9474-1060
Code: 632-005

What to wear

  • We have found that the comfiest gear is loose cotton long pants (chinos / slacks) and a suitable top. Otherwise any other long pants will do.
  • Please make sure you wear closed shoes.
  • If it looks like it may rain or drizzle; please bring a raincoat as well. Riding in the rain is always fun!

Contact Info

You are welcome to contact us for more information

+27 (0) 82 533 4545

Contact us


  • Please print both the written directions and map providedto SA Trails. This will allow you to find us a whole lot easier.
  • Please do NOT try and find us via your GPS! We are situated on a plot and your GPS will take you to “Neverland”!
  • You can however ask us to send a location or pin-drop!


  • Sunscreen
  • Cap
  • Carrot and apple spoils for your steed
  • An adventurous heart
  • Extra bucks for a cool drink after the trail