Training Facilities

Quainton Stud welcomes trainers from all spheres. The facilities are available to hire for training clinics and demonstrations. All of the arenas, stables, parking and lecture rooms are in a compact layout and are easily accessible.

The facilities have been used by a wide variety of trainers for private lessons and clinics including Aoife Clark, Gill Watson, Carl Hester, Emile Faurie, Kyra Kirkland, Mandy McGlynn, Ernest Dillon, Pauline Ricketts, Jane Owen, Sarah Chapman, Rory Gilsenham, Lucy Jackson, Ian Cast, Warren Lamperd, Tom Graham, Simon Bateman, Emma Fisher.

The 60 x 20m indoor arena is perfect for individual or small groups for flatwork, gridwork and jumping exercises, with a heated viewing gallery which can be used for spectators and lectures.

The 90 x 45m outdoor arena can be hired with a full set of showjumps for any level of rider. We have a wide variety of plain and coloured fences including water trays and unusual fillers. The Pavillion overlooks the outdoor arena with indoor and outdoor seating ideal for lectures, enjoying lunch or for spectators.

Our state of the art cross country paddock was designed and constructed by Olympic Course builder Andrew Hunter.The Pre Novice and Novice fences are all contained in one area including a bank with our interlinked dew pond style water plus steps, drop fences, ditches, corners plus many other obstacles, including some smaller logs for the beginner.

Additional options include our headset which is interlinked to the indoor or outdoor speaker system is ideal for demonstrations, we can offer catering from tea and coffee to sandwiches or a home cooked lunch.

Please contact us here with your individual requirements

View some of our testimonials below…

Over the past few years I have been involved with Quainton on various levels; using their facilities for schooling, teaching clinics, and judging at their unaffiliated competitions. I have always found Quainton to be a friendly and welcoming facility where nothing is too much to ask. The indoor and outdoor facilities are first-rate, with surfaces that ride well and are meticulously maintained throughout the year. The location is also excellent, being both easily accessible and set in beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside. - Tom Graham