Our vet Katie relives her success at Burghley International horse trials last year and shares the trials and tribulations of keeping a horse fit on the road to Badminton 2019. Whilst qualified personal trainer and local horse rehabilitation expert Rebecca discusses rider fitness and how this impacts your horse’s performance at all levels.
Monday 15th April 7pm (doors open 6.30) @ Bodiam Arena. TN32 5UJ
Book your free seat for this inspiring and interactive evening on 01580 752301 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Evening Talk 13th March Doors open 6.30pm for a 7pm start
Come along for a free informative evening at Bodiam International Arena TN32 5UJ.
Eyesore to Eyecatching
Planning permission for your arena and stables
Change of use for your barn and farm buildings or land
Holidays – Glamping – Commercial – Leisure – Residential
Raffle with excellent prizes raising funds for Kent Air
Ambulance and World Horse Welfare
The Batcheller Monkhouse planning team have been successful in securing consent for a wide range of interesting projects including: a cookery school, riding facilities for the disabled, glamping sites and shepherds huts, holiday lets, residential conversions, fishing lakes, farm shops and even a takeaway pizza business!
Presentation from Kirsty Castle MRTPI AIEMA of Batcheller Monkhouse
Our vet Howard Newitt will be talking about sarcoids and treatment options. Food and drink will be provided.
Call 01580 752301, email email@example.com or facebook us to book your place.
Thank you to everyone who came along to our Milbourn Equine evening talk at Bodiam International Arena last Wednesday.
Merial gave an informative talk about the causes of gastric ulcers, while Dengie Horse Feeds gave an entertaining talk regarding nutrition. Our vet Howard finished off the evening with a brief summary of what you should be keeping stocked up in your first aid kit.
Our raffle also raised £68. We hope you enjoyed it and keep an eye out for details of our next one in the Spring.
Wednesday 5th April 7pm
Bodiam International Arena, Court Lodge Farm TN32 5UJ
Join Milbourn Equine, in association with Merial as part of Flu Awareness Month for talks on Respiratory Diseases and Biosecurity.
There will also be a Horse Rescue Demo and Trailer Safety talk from East Sussex Fire & Rescue.
Milbourn Equine will be fundraising and donating to the British Horse Society’s (BHS) new programme, ‘Changing lives through Horses’ and we will be holding a raffle during the evening.
Changing Lives through Horses has been designed to help improve the lives of young disengaged people, using horses as the inspiration for change. The equestrian environment provides young people with structure and a sense of responsibility. Horses can help young people connect with society and improve their wellbeing. Key skills are developed by the individual that will serve
them for the rest of their lives. More information can be found at
Please call 01580 752301 to book your FREE place now. Remember you don’t need to be a client to come along so bring your friends!