Cranbourne Dressage Farm Or Hurstwood Farm

Equestrian92

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Does anybody have any information on Cranbourne Farm in Gravesend close to Bluewater shopping centre? Or Hurstwood Farm in East Sussex, Im going for a job interview just wondered if anyone had any info about the yard or people? Thanks.
 

xxmariexx

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ohh i know both!!!! did a week trial for work at cranbourn..but to be honest im not into dressage so didnt really like it, plus i wasnt driving at the time so decided i'd be stuck in the middle of no where!!! it was a while ago, only advice would be to be well turned out and polite, horses are pretty much all dressage apart from the liveries, i now live ten minutes from hurstwood and love going there for xc schooloing, such a lovely looking place, xc course is lovely and nice looking yard, only ever spoke to people to pay them for the xc, think they have a lot of clinics and stuff, seems nice enough! sorry not much help on people or horses but i know its a yard i would put my horse if i could afford it!!!
 

greenlivery

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I think I know someone at Hurstwood farm, and have been told nice things about it
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Good luck with your job interviews.
 

nijinsky

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I was liveried at Cranbourne Farm 10 years ago with my first horse, I'd rather tell you my thoughts via pm unless of course it's owned by somebody else now which I don't think it is.
 

The Bouncing Bog Trotter

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We go to Hurstwood Farm for clinics. It's a smart yard and the people there are very pleasant and professional.

If I lived closer I'd consider it for livery.

Good luck with your interviews.
 

onemoretime

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I've Pm'd her. You do the same if you can. You are no doubt speaking with experience.
 

Equestrian92

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Oh how I have laughed I think I may call her tomorrow and say thanks but no thanks, its funny really she said she was desperate!!!!! All stars..thank you!
 

ForeverBroke_

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I've been there ( Cranbourne) to visit my friend, some people are either there for years and years or some are there for a matter of weeks and find themselves off again. I believe she gets more temporarys than permanents..

I suppose it depends on the person / horses
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I would feel a bit
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about going there though!
 
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