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The British Driving Society
East Sussex

FOR SALE AND WANTED

 

Advertise your unwanted equestrian items completely free of charge.  This can include riding or driving equipment, carriages, horse boxes or lorries, horse books, etc.  Just email details and photographs to Pearl Hudson at pahudson@aol.com.


FOR SALE

 

HOLIDAY WITH YOUR HORSE

Treat yourself and your horse to a break in the delightful Sussex countryside.  Miles of peaceful, quiet country roads and off-road by ways within easy reach.  The campsite is situated just 6 miles from the seaside town of Eastbourne.

The site offers toilets, shower and laundry facilities together with stabling for your horse or horses.  Carriage can be stored securely under cover if required.  There is also a lake stocked with roach, mirror and common carp if you want to do some fishing.  You need to bring your own fishing tackle.

For further details click on this link www.littledownash.co.uk

* This is a camping and caravanning approved site.

 

CARRIAGE

Stunning pleasure show vehicle for sale, will fit pony 9hh-11hh all body, axel. Springs and wheels in immaculate condition along with all over brand new wood panels and spindles and a super smart gloss black paint job with navy pin lines. Accompanied by all new brass fixtures. Vehicle is currently without shafts although I do have one of the originals that has been refurbished along with the carriage however the vehicles shafts weren't matching so the other shafts was in bad condition and didn't match the original one. Therefore it is advertised without shafts but will come with the pair that it came with. 

Contact Alice 07891984030. Can provide more pics and measurements via phone or email. 

   

 

 

WANTED

  

Volunteer needed to help with carriage rides and weddings with our heavy horses from early April 2018.  See attached link to our website for contact details and photographs of the horses.

http://castlecarriages.com