Poplars was recently host to the RDA Fun Day and a great time was had by all with smiles and rosettes galore!
Keele's A Team wom the reginal competition this year to qualify for Nationals where they came 3rd! Massive congratualtions to the team Beth, Keelan, Will and Gemma.
We are pleased to announce that we now host North Staffs RDA group (riding for the disabled) who use our horses and facilities on a weekly basis. Their first term with ourselves which has been hugely successful - our specially selected RDA horses have done us proud and Erica and her team have been lovely to have around the yard! We look forward to being part of North Staffs RDA for the foreseeable future!
We continue to host Keele University equestrian team, and both their A & B team have had a successful campaign! The teams finished 2nd & 3rd respectively in their leagues and our team captain Beth Lewendon won the league individually and will compete at the upcoming regionals where we wish her the best of luck!!
Childrens Riding Days:
Tuesday 22nd July, Tuesday 29th July, Monday 4th August, Tuesday 19th August, Friday 29th August.
Riding Days include; 1hr lesson, stable management activities, gymkhana and a rosette for all riders!! £28
Limited spaces available, book early to avoid disappointment. Call (01782) 394686
Poplars Farm is celebrating 35 years of business. The farm has grown from strength to strength to become what it is today. A popular riding school with a large number of loyal customers who just wouldn't ride anywhere else thanks to Poplars' welcoming staff and excellent facilities.
Poplars Farm Riding School is pleased to announce that Keele University's Equestrian Club will be riding at Poplars and their team will be training with Pip on a weekly basis. The School will also be the venue for one of the competitions with teams coming from various local Universities to compete in dressage and showjumping disciplines.
Meet our new arrival Robbie. Born to our lovely mare Gypsy on 30th June. He was a character from the word go! Bold as brass some might say. Always wanting to play and get a fuss from the yard girls and not shy in the slightest, a testement to Gypsy's gentle nature. She has been a fab mum over the last few months and Robbie is thriving. Hopefully he will be a future star at the riding school.