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Our yard is set in 13 acres of beautiful West Sussex countryside.  Being based on the outskirts of a village allows us the benefits of being in the countryside, with the easy of transport and good local amenities.  We are only a few miles from Billingshurst Train Station for those of you traveling by rail. 

The yard is private, so your time with us is safe and protected. We have created a calm, peaceful environment for our visitors enjoy.

We have carefully created a facility to cater to all your needs during you time with us.  From toilets and plenty of parking, to hot drinks and an indoor working area for the wetter days!

Stable Yard

We have a lovely little stable yard that boasts a fully equipped heated tack room, complete with kitchen to make you hot and cold drinks, and a toilet. 

Some of our activities will take place on the yard and we have stables and a small barn here for that purpose. 



When the weather is cold and wet we have a lovely big barn with a soft straw floor to do our sessions in. 

The barn also has a temporary toilet and lighting for those darker evenings. 


Our new woodland path runs along  the edge of a beautiful little Bluebell wood.  We are lucky to spot all sorts of wildlife on our walks including deer & buzzards. 



Our 13 acres of paddocks are split into 4 paddocks.  The stables paddocks are our summer grazing for the ponies.  We also run a lot of our sessions here in the summer whilst enjoying the sunshine. 

On the other side of the track we have our largest field, which gives our horses plenty of winter grass along with shelter from the many oak trees and their mobile field shelter

Woodland Walk Track


A new feature for 2018 is our lovely Woodland Walk Track.  With the help of a team of volunteers we have laid a lovely path from the Barn, through the woods and around the fields, enabling us to have a safe  and pretty place to take the ponies and our clients for a walk. 

The perfect place to stretch the legs, think about what you have learnt or simple enjoy some time with your new equine friend.

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