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Trenethick, Trerulefoot, Saltash, Cornwall, PL12 5DD

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Bed, Breakfast & Bring Your
Own Horse...

Trenethick is essentially an organic beef and arable farm, with strong equestrian links. Horses have been on the farm for hundreds of years so we’re serious about them, both at the purely fun level as well as competitively. The Carpenter family have farmed at Trenethick since 1760. In 1999, John Carpenter decided to farm organically and now has fully converted status. We believe this has a positive effect on all the stock grazing, as nature intended, on the farm: the evidence is there to see in the condition and temperament of both horses and cattle. Amanda competes and hunts regularly on her own horses. She is actively involved in local equestrian activities, holds clinics, occasional competitions and fundraisers for various disciplines at Trenethick and teaches too. The yard has a wonderful feel – it’s peaceful and happy for horses and their owners.

Equestrian Accommodation at Trenethick

At Trenethick, you can enjoy traditional Cornish farmhouse hospitality, wake up to a proper breakfast, then get riding straight away. The renowned Equestrian Centre at Duchy College is only half an hour’s drive away, East Cornwall Riding Club Field is only 10 mins drive and we’re central to all East Cornwall Hunt Pony Club activities. We’re happy to make arrangements and you’re welcome to bring your own horse – we’ll provide for its needs with the same care we provide for yours. Find out more about our equestrian services at Trenethick Equine.

Hunting Accommodation at Trenethick

Trenethick is also very popular with hunt enthusiasts and those visiting hunting friends, because we’re so centrally placed for Cornwall & Devon’s best-known hunts and shoots. We’re always happy to help with arrangements and offer advice. Useful equestrian links to local stables and riding centres:
www.penewin.co.uk
www.barguseridingcentre.co.uk
www.lowertokenburyequestriancentre.co.uk
www.polmartinfarm.com
Trenethick News

Foals Stumble Upon Trenethick

This year sees two pretty filly foals on our farm. Kaja May (Kaja is Cornish for Daisy) and Lottie. Kaja May's dam, Jose, is by the stallion Mayhill, who sired Athens 2004 Olympian, Primore's Pride and her grandsire, Beatos, is the Lloyds black horse. Kaja May's sire is Cornish show jump stallion, King's Composer, whose services have been retained by HRH The Queen. Lottie is set to become a top showjumper. Her sire, Animo, represented Sweden in the final at the Barcelona Olympics. trenethick news

Foal on farm