Horse Trainer and Carriage Driving Instructor

South Wales Carriage Driving Centre

Carriage Driving Lessons and Courses

Rowena Moyse, Marathon, Pony Teams, Catton Park Summer National

South Wales Carriage Driving Centre is a BDS approved assessment centre. Rowena is qualified to teach riding and driving with British Horse Society, British Driving Society and British Horse Driving Trails Association qualifications and also U.K.C.C Level 3. Rowena will travel to take group training days almost anywhere! Rowena’s even been out to America to teach!

My partner Peter Edwards and is also BDS qualified.

At South Wales Carriage Driving Centre we provide lessons for beginners up to experienced competitors. With horse drawn carriages of all shapes and sizes available to try out.

We have a variety of driving horses and driving  ponies for you to learn with. All well schooled ridden and driven and used to beginners as well as the more experienced.

Carriage driving lessons include theory, harnessing up, fitting of harness and vehicles, what to buy and what to avoid, but lessons can be taylord to individual needs too.

Rowena specialises in Horse and pony pairs driving and can help you get started or rectify any problems you may have encountered whilst driving a pair.

Courses can be arranged to suit, short week or weekend breaks & for individual tuition.

Why not make a holiday of it and stay at one of the local B&B near the yard or by one of the beautiful beaches around Glorious Gower.

Ever wanted to have a go at carriage drivng why not try a taster sesion.

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Menai Chocolate


The oldest and most experienced driving pony. Chocky is 32 this year and still fighting fit and ready to go, he is 12.3hh although he pretends to be 13hh. He was named Chocolate because of his beautiful chocolate color. Definitely mums favorite of all time.


Here is Fudge leading the way with Chocky, Fudge is a Menai Pony too, he’s 14 years old and 13 hh.

Horses include

Sam, big and black mostly in pair with Issy , seen here enthusiastically going into an obstacle at an event.