Scotlands Premier Equestrian Facility
Predominantly over the summer months but also at some other times of the year a set of wooden showjumps are usually erected in a course on grass in a large but secure area. The course regularly changes and includes uprights, parallels, water trays and usually a separate practice jump.
Ideal for training and helping horses and riders practice lines and courses on grass.
Use of these facilities must be requested prior to visit.
Over the summer months part of a field is set aside as a dressage area. Situated in a sheltered spot a 20mx40m dressage arena is set up on a well drained flat grass area adjacent to the showjumps. There is plenty of room for a ‘warm up’area and it is ideal for practicing dressage and test movements. A 20mx60m arena can be set up for more advanced training.