ESTABLISHED FOR OVER 30 YEARS
Update 24/3/20 - Further to announcement from the Prime Minister our offices are now closed for all enquries until further notice
Riding Centre Closed from 23/3/20
This morning we have made the sad decision to close the riding centre until further notice as feel this is the responsible thing to do. Credits will remain on accounts for when we re-open along with block booking spaces.
If you have any queries please call us on 01489 783087.
Our reception will be open from 9am to 4pm from 23rd to 27th March but closed
after this date.
We will update our website and Facebook page as soon as we are re-opening.
Thank you for your offers of help and continued support, it is truly appreciated.
We hope you all stay safe and very much look forward to seeing you when these difficult times have passed.
With very best wishes.
From all the Pinkmead staff
Pinkmead Farm is situated in the quiet village of Botley, on the upper reaches of the River Hamble. Within easy access of the M27 and mainline train station.
We are a fully licensed and British Horse Society approved establishment, offering excellent instruction, explaining the basic principles of horsemanship to the beginner and training advanced riders in all disciplines of the equestrian field. With our structured lesson system it is easy to progress from beginner to competing horse owner within the same yard.
Many Pinkmead pupils are successfully competing at top levels, in disciplines such as British Dressage and British Showjumping. Clients have also trained here at Pinkmead and gained British Horse Society qualifications.
For the leisure rider we can offer relaxing hacking around our picturesque farmland or maybe you would like to join in one of our many fun activities.
Facilities include a large indoor school with mirrors, Olympic size outdoor arena, showjumping paddock and hacking around the farmland.
Every effort is made to keep this website updated, however prices may vary.
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"No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle"
Sir Winston Churchill