Rosamund Green Farm in the South West has been established since 1991 and has over 350 fences built by Robin Dumas all of which have proper all weather take offs and landings. The course is built on 20 acres of very well drained land enabling it to stay open the majority of the year although ground conditions are always kept to the very best with year round maintenance. Excellent viewing and the compact site with every single fence in view make it ideal for teaching and schooling young horses. No walking necessary!
The fences are from BE100 to 4/5* levels with emphasis on presentation and lines that the rider would meet in competition.
Riders from all corners of the UK and teams can be seen here preparing for the British and European events including Badminton, Burghley etc as well as preparing a young horse for it's first BE100 !

* The fences are more suited to the more experienced rider and not really suitable for inexperienced combinations although there are plenty of fences for educating young horses.


The course is designed for riders/horses from BE100 level up to and including Advanced. It is not suitable for those at BE80/90 levels. Riders at BE100 and any under 16yrs must be accompanied by a BE Accredited coach or an experienced rider/trainer with up to date insurance or book with our residential BE Coach.


From approx. February to October a numbered and brightly coloured show jumping course on grass.
Course changed frequently to ensure good going and variety


62 x 22 Equestrian Surfaces Cushiontrack all weather arena with show jumps and simulated cross country fences