Herons Farm








Royal Berkshire












Tel:  0118 974 5228 or 4500
Mob: 07973 304956












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    Herons Farm is the sort of place where time has stood still, offering peace and tranquility.
The large 18th century farmhouse offers a cosy lifestyle with delicious home cooking. We have a heated outdoor swimming pool which is secluded within a walled garden, plus lawns and old fashioned flower beds.

There is a traditional mews stable complex, a 17th century tithe barn, a listed octagonal barn, full size all-weather arenas (25m x 50m & 40m x 60m), plus extra schooling areas, jumping paddocks and cross country course. The on site parkland hacking has outstanding views coupled with the woodland and extensive bridleways close by, you will find us hard to beat.



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Riding & Non-Riding Holidays for Adults

Unaccompanied Dream Holidays



Clothing - Your clothing should be safe, and of course youīll want to be comfortable. With this in mind, here are some guidelines for new riders on what to wear (donīt forget your gloves):

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Hats - A hard hat to the current BSI standard (PAS 015 or BS EN 1384) is required - no exceptions!  We can loan hats for those who do not have their own



Footwear - Riding boots or jodhpur boots have a small heel and nothing that could catch on a stirrup. Look for something strong enough to protect your feet with a small heel. Trainers are not suitable because itīs too easy for your foot to slip right through the stirrup. We do have a small supply of spare boots - but bring extra socks in case you end up in a size or so too big.



Trousers - Anything loose and/or stretchy, such as leggings or joggers. Jeans donīt usually work well - the thick inside seam tends to rub uncomfortably.

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Body Protectors - Cullinghood strongly encourages all of its regular riders to invest in a body protector, especially children and anyone wanting to jump. These are not a necessary item of riding wear, but can significantly reduce the risk of injury in a fall.









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