hurst farm




Lovingly built by Brenda and Roger Turner, Hurst Farm is now run by their daughter, Jo.  Their grandaughter Megan is also very much a part of the team. 


Many of our liveries have been here for over 10 years.  We have a focus on dressage, but have plenty of experience and space for jumping. 


Within easy reach of London, we have an all weather flood-lit manege, indoor school, lunge arena, mirrors, horse walker, solarium, and jumps.  All our paddocks are post and rail, and the horses get plenty of turnout.

From Novice to Grand Prix, we give all our liveries a 5* accommodation.   People and horses who come to Hurst Farm stay a very long time.  As a result, we have made lifelong friends from all over the world. 

Whether you are looking for a livery local to Virginia Water  or are from  London, Berkshire, Middlesex or other parts of Surrey, we look forward to welcoming you to our piece of horse paradise.

Jo and Megan with the fabulous Spencer
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Megan with Toby and Jo with Flo


Full Livery


All feeding, bedding, grooming, turnout, rugging, mucking/skipping out. We also arrange shoeing and vet visits.



All our fields are post and rail.  Horses get daily turnout.

Horse Walker


Our horse walker is the perfect alternative when you are unable to visit to exercise your horse.



Train with Jo Turner, our Grand Prix rider, or have a lesson with one of our visiting trainers.



Our horse solarium gives your horse with the perfect way to warm up, warm down, dry or simply stay warm and comfortable.

Special Treatments


If your horse has special requirements, we are happy to support them. 



Our lunge arena is perfect for quick exercise or when you want to really see how your horse is moving.


We typically feed 3 times a day, and also provide hay in the morning and evening.

Three Schools

A full sized international, flood-lit outdoor arena with an all weather surface.  We also have an indoor school and a lunge arena.  



Jo, Megan and Spencer

Jo, Megan and the fabulous Spencer

Jo and Gordon

Jo and Gordon.


Megan and Toby getting ready to party!

Megan and Toby

Thanks Toby! You were awesome!

Sophie and Fritz

Nothing like a talented chestnut!

The view at Hurst Farm

The view of our paddocks

Hurst Farm Stables

Lovely green grass in front of the stables.

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A view of the arena from the stables.

Megan and Toby

Who loves their pony?


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Hacking near Hurst Farm livery stables


A great day out!

Megan and Toby

It's party time!

Jo and Flo

Jo and Flo preparing to party!

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The gorgeous Percy

Percy getting ready for a lovely hack.

Debbie and Donna

Debbie and Donna

Debbie and Jeannie

Catching up while warming up is always fun!

The Paddocks

Jo's new horse enjoying the lush spring grass.

Jo and Gordon

Jo and Gordon.

Darling Tallulah!

Tallulah. Such a sweet dog!


I am Spanish. I like the sun!

Indoor School

Our Indoor school.

The stables

Is it lunchtime yet?

Lisa and Gatsby

Lisa and Gatsby 20+ years here!

Mirrors in the school

Lisa and Gatsby with Megan and Spencer





Grand Prix rider, Jo, teaches every day (except Monday).  Once a month we host a clinic with a leading international dressage trainer.



Single track lanes leading to Thorpe Green give some good hacking right on the doorstep.



With three schools, including an indoor arena, there is plenty of time to perfect your skills and build an even stronger partnership with your horse.



If you plan to compete, there are several other liveries to partner with on your journey.  For those who don't compete, but enjoy watching, you are welcome to come along.



Watching Jo, or one of our visiting trainers, is a great way to improve your riding and the partnership with your horse.



There's also a well stocked and very comfortable tea room for those wishing to partake before or after riding.


“Great place, amazing attitude and always positive approach during training. I love this barn! Brought my horse all the way from Czech Republic and the transition was very easy. My horse loves it at Hurst Farm and so do I. Thank you Jo and Brenda for making this place so welcoming.”