Events Calendar


For questions please email bookings@farleyequestrian.co.uk. See terms and conditions below.

 

 

Terms and Conditions

Farley Hall EC may refuse entry to horses stabled at yards with a known communicable disease. Please abide by all signs when entering the yard, meaning no horse or human to enter the yard or barn areas. Visitors/horses may not go through the gate onto the hill where the grazing fields are. If you wish to walk your horse off please do so before leaving the arena after your lesson. You can also exit the yard onto Nutbean lane.  No dogs are allowed on the yard. If you have to bring a dog and need to walk it, you may only do so on a lead, taking it straight off yard premises by either gate to walk it on the lane. All these measures are for biosecurity reasons as dogs can be carriers of equine disease.

You may only use the arena being used for the clinic in question. If the other arena is empty, and you wish to warm up/cool down in it, please ask a member of staff as there may be building work, other lessons, or other restrictions in place.  Jump clinic fees include free refreshments for riders and their helpers, that will usually be beside the arena - just help yourselves, but do not enter kitchen/clubhouse areas, or anywhere where building work is taking place.  If you would like to look around the yard please see a member of staff for a tour and we would be happy to show you.

The clinic fee is inclusive of VAT. There may be a small booking charge applied by Equine Affairs.

For all clinics, you can claim a credit or refund up to 5 clear days before the clinic for any reason. Within 5 days, payment will be forfeit unless we can amend times or fill your place.

All those attending clinics must clear up droppings and no haynets to be tied up in car park.   FHEC may refuse entry to anyone for breaching these terms and conditions, or for any other reason. If this happens your clinic fee may be forfeit.

Farley Hall Equestrian Centre takes no responsibility for accident, damage or injury as a result of or arising from these training clinics. Riding is a risk sport and all riders/visitors take part at their own risk.

We take complaints seriously and want all visitors to our premises to have a good experience.  To take up any matters regarding clinics you may email bookings@farleyequestrian.co.uk, or for complaints the yard manager yardmanager@farleyequestrian.co.uk.

 


Farley Farms and Estate, The Estate Office, Farley Hall, Castle Road, Farley Hill, Berkshire RG7 1UL
Estate Manager: e-mail - andrew@farleyfarms.co.uk
Telephone (0118) 973 0047 Fax (0118) 973 0385