Amigo Horse Riding is strategically located in Pasir Gudang, which is 30 minutes or 27 KM away from Johor Bahru. It’s a great weekend getaway for Singaporeans to spend some horsey time while staying in Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort which is right next to Amigo Horse Riding stables.
This is the signage you will see while driving in. You can search for the location accurate in Google Map.
The road that leads to Amigo Horse Riding stables.
Here we are at Amigo Horse Riding stable!
Amigo Horse Riding stables is owned and operated personally by Mos, an Iranian who has been in Malaysia for decades and running the stables for more than 10 years. Most importantly, Mos is a very skillful and experienced horseman.
My friends and I booked 2 rides with Mos. One in the Sunday evening and another on Monday morning. When we arrived, Mos has already parked our horses at the round pen while the groomer was tacking up the horses for us.
Kai Sing wanted to use her own endurance stirrup. Mos was helping her to set it up.
We had a few minutes of walking in the arena and Mos lead us out to the trail.
The horses were pretty calm and easy to work with. The trail was mainly flat land. We started off with walking, some trotting and a little bit of slow cantering. We arrived to the river bank in about 30 minutes later.
We continued our trail…
There were very few rocky paths. I believe Mos purposely pick the softer ground which are good for the hoof.
Pretty scenic trail to ride on a Sunday evening.
You can definitely cool your eyes with so much of greenery along the trail.
Mos also took us into Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort for quick tour.
Jac was having so much fun on her horse back on our way heading back to stables.
Passing by the entrance the stables on our way back.
Mos is keeping a lovely parrot in his stable that can speak “I love you” in a really cute voice.
We spent some time hanging out in the stables and were chatting with Mos. He shared his experiences and many other funny stories running the stables . Mos is definitely one of the coolest guys you can hang out with in the stables. It was a a great time and time flied! Before we knew it, the sky turned dark and it was time for us to head for dinner.
We ended the day with a delicious crab meal in JB town.
A video of our evening ride with Mos.
On the next day we have a morning ride with Mos. He led us out through another exit which is next to Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort.
Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort is on the left and stable is on the right. We were following Mos to walk till end end of the street to enter the trail.
We entered the trail…
Turned back for photo in the terrain.
We head to the river bank that we visited yesterday.
Jac with her favorite pose on her horse…
Jac and Mos at river bank.
Mos and Daniel.
Daniel and Jac in uniform
We continued our trail…
We head back to the stable in slightly less than an hour as the sun is getting really warm.
When we came back, Mos was kind enough to let us play with his painted horse in the round pen.
If you wish to ride in Amigo Horse Riding, please contact your friendly horseman, Mos at +60 12-796 6806 or at his Facebook and he will be glad to assist you.
Riding fees varies depend on whether it’s on a weekend or weekday or if Mos is running a promotion. We paid RM165 per pax for 1.5 hour ride on Sunday and RM94 for 1 hour ride on Monday.
Have fun riding in Amigo Horse Riding!