Quob Stables Equestrian Centre in Durley are holding their annual Family Fun Day on Monday 2 May from 11am to 3pm, this year raising money for Naomi House and acksplace and The Teenage Cancer Trust at Southampton General Hospital.
Visitors can enjoy a fabulous free day out for all the family with pony rides, face painting bouncy castle and a Jungle Bus as well as a range of craft stalls and Most Gorgeous Dog Competition (bring your own dog!).
The Hayrack Cafe will be open with a fully licensed bar and we’ll be sparking up the BBQ so make the most of the bank holiday and join us for a day to remember.
There will be a host of equestrian displays from local riders with Crown and Empire kicking off the day off with a Napoleonic display featuring some of Quob's own horses. Eight times European Junior Western Champion and Bronze Medallist Tammy Greaves will be demonstrating Western Riding and Patrick Kempe and his Lusitano, Tetuã will be performing a Flight of the Flags training demo.
Finally there will be a dressage demo from Hampshire based dressage rider Sadie Smith, who has twelve National titles, ten Regional titles to her name, started her riding career her at Quob Stables.
Entry is free!
For more details, please contact Quob Stables.