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The Equestrian Centre

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Stoke Equine Terms of Hire Bicton Equine Pricelist

Contact Info:

Stoke Equine Centre:
Tel: 01579 372210

Bicton Equine Centre:
Tel: 01395 562354

The Equestrian Centre provides excellent teaching and learning facilities for full and part‐time students and external customers. See the section on Equine courses for more information.

The facilities include an extended 20m x 61m indoor arena with a Wax Pro surface with mirrors, gallery seating for 148 people, two state of the art teaching rooms, judging areas and staff offices/reception area. In addition there is a 30 x 60 Outdoor arena, 2 full sets of show jumps, Music and PA system, XC‐Schooling field, Walker, Weighbridge and Solarium. There are 2 separate yards consisting of 14 traditional stables adjacent to the Indoor School and 24 internal loose boxes in an American Style Barn.

We offer a range of Livery options for Students, from Working Livery to Full Livery. Our team of highly qualified experienced staff are on hand to offer their expertise. If you are interested in booking the facilities or livery options, please contact using the information below.

Our Stoke Climsland campus is home to an industry approved Equestrian Centre with extensive stabling and is equipped with two indoor arenas and large outdoor arena, a weighbridge, horse walker, wash down and solarium facilities as well as state‐of‐the‐art equipment and technology, all of which are used extensively by students. With excellent links to employers, practitioners and researchers, nationally and internationally, our students have the opportunity to train and develop their skills for employment in all aspects of the equestrian industry.

Duchy College is also home to the Equitation Science Research and Training Centre which works closely with the International Society for Equitation Science. Our students also benefit from comprehensive links with leading equine practitioners such as equine nutritionists, organisations, charities (such as The Horse Trust), veterinary professionals, competitors and equitation science practitioners.

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