The Princess Royal will visit a riding school for the disabled and officially open a new indoor riding arena near Stranraer.
She will spend time watching adult and child displays at the Terally Bay riding centre at Port Logan, Stranraer.
The princess is the President of the Riding for the Disabled Association.
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