September 26, 2020 9:00 am - September 27, 2020 5:00 pm Dunbog Farm, Newburgh, Cupar, KY14 6JF

We are delighted that Sarah Oakden has agreed to tutor Flat and WHP Training Classes over two days.  After a very difficult and unusual year this is a great opportunity to have some training by a top class Instructor.

ON SATURDAY 26TH SEPTEMBER you have the opportunity to come along to WHP Training between 9am and 1pm with the Flat Training classes commencing at approximately 1pm and finishing at 5pm.

ON SUNDAY 27TH SEPTEMBER the Flat Training classes will be held between 9am and 1pm followed by the WHP Training classes at 1pm to 5pm.

Each class will be for 1 hour and will have a maximum of 4 riders per class.  (If the demand for places allow we may add an additional class commencing  8am-9am and a further class from 5-6pm to each Training Day)

All training classes will be open to Members as well as Non Members.  We are, however, opening entries to Members only on Friday 4th September and then open them to both Members and Non Members on Monday 6th September 2020.  Entries for both Training Days close on Sunday 20th September 2020 at 12 Noon.

Entry fees for each class will be £15 for Members and £20 for Non Members.

Weather permitting all classes will be held outdoors but the Flat Training classes might be moved to the Indoor Arena, and everyone, apart from the Riders and Instructor, must wear a face mask.  All those attending either Training Days must abide by the 2m distancing rules at all times.

Our very own Graham Barclay, who we haven’t seen since our Winter Show, will be building the WHP courses for both Training Days.

A neighbouring Equestrian Centre is offering stabling to anyone attending the Training Days, I have listed the details below and you can contact them directly.

STABLING – Lindores Equestrian –

£30/stable per night for hay and straw

£25/stable per night for straw or hay


£10/night per lorry pitch (for up to 2 people)

£5/hook up (if available, TBC)

If you would like to book please contact them on and they will raise an invoice for payment.

They have hand sanitisers on site at all key points and gateways and require visitors to align to government guidance on social distancing.

Unfortunately, they can’t offer the use of The Bothy (kitchen, dining, lounge area) and the showers may be out of bounds,  however there is a toilet and lorry parking that you can use.  This is in order for them to reduce risk of any COVID spread as there is already a Pony Camp on at the centre that weekend.