Dumfries House is set to host an equestrian open day on the estate next weekend.

The joint venture is being organised by The Prince's Foundation and The British Horse Society Scotland, who are holding the event at the estate's new MacRobert Farming and Rural Skills Centre.

The open day will take place on Saturday, November 4 from 10am-4pm.

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On the day, events will consist of a range of presenters and demos covering various equestrian skills.

These include:

  • Allan Ferrie, Registered Farrier
  • Laura Nickel, Amazying Saddlery Ltd
  • Jane Cumberlidge, Qualified Bitting Specialist
  • Patrick Pollock, Director of the Glasgow Equine Hospital and Practice on Large Animal Rescue
  • BHS Qualifications and Funding opportunities
  • Catriona Davies, Access Officer, BHS Scotland
  • Kirstine Douglas, Showing Producer

The event is open to all with admission costing £10. Visitors can drop in and out during the day.

There will be an opportunity to tour the new centre and guests can visit the other attractions on the Dumfries House estate too.

Tickets are on sale now at tinyurl.com/BHS23DH