Seremban Equestrian Center is located approximately 70km away from Kuala Lumpur.
It is not an overly popular spot for horse riding. I’m guessing it is mainly due to the stable being slightly remote compare other stables in the southern region.
It took me 45 minutes to get there from Kajang. If you are coming from KL, it will probably take you 1 hour and above.
I have been there twice. The 1st time was with Jaclyn. The 2nd time was with Suki, as her final farewell ride before heading back to Netherlands.
During our first ride, the guide took Jaclyn and I to a big open spot as you can see from the above video. The area is probably reserved for future construction. It was like a super big fence-less arena. We had our horses there to canter freely. Yeeeeeeeeeehar!
It was fun to be able to canter freely in the open area but it is something that you only want to do it once in a while.
Few weeks later, Suki and I went to Seremban Equestrian Center again.
I always like to ride horses in the track instead of the arena, regardless how big the arena is.
This time I have specifically asked the guide not to take me to the big fence-less arena again.
As a result, Suki and I went to the track. The track is not very long. But we did enjoy the greens along the track.
The unfortunate time was during our ride it started raining and it was a really wet ride.
We didn’t have a guide taking us into the track. We had to remember the instruction given by the guide prior to entering the track.
Well, at some point we got lost. The next thing we did was let our reins loose and let the horses take us back.
More Information on Seremban Equestrian Center
The outride fee was RM100 per session. If you are interested to pay a visit, feel free to contact Along at +6017-3120814.