Deborah Sanders (Farm Manager of Fullers Hill Farm)

Amersham Dressage at Fullers Hill Farm started as a livery yard back in November 1990 when purchased by the Sanders family, prior to that it had been a small private farm of just under 50 acres of both arable and pastureland.

During the farm's years as a livery yard it was open to more commercial livery, and the facilities were gradually improved over the years to include over 30 stables, a horsewalker, an indoor school and arena complex.   From 1997 the farm started unaffiliated shows with the assistance of Philippa Dimmock and Leslie Wyatt and then later BD Dressage and has hosted BSJA, as well as affiliated showing and open shows.

In 2015 the farm celebrated 25 years of livery services but in the Autumn of 2016 it was decided to scale back the yard to a smaller number of horses to improve the quality of grazing and concentrate more on equine venue hire and competition.

Philippa Dimmock is our regular monthly Dressage Trainer and Kim Ashley Coburn our regular monthly Show Jumping Trainer but also you are welcome to use your own trainers by either booking online or by contacting Deborah Sanders on the above E Mail.   The facilities are also available for riding club and pony club use and our Course Hire remains very popular and can be fully booked online along with our Dressage and Jumping competitions.

There are also 2 cottages and 4 flats which are available to let via our letting agents in Chesham, Brown & Merry.

The farm is also home to David Martin's Classic Car Renovation Services located in the workshop on the farm.   David has renovated the famous Tornado 60's sports car at the farm which he shows at local classic motor events.

Deborah Sanders the Farm Manager since 1990 looks forward along with Philippa Dimmock and David Martin in continuing to offer excellent facilities, training and service to both present and future customers.

 

David Martin (Head of Maintenance)

Philippa Dimmock (Assistant Show Director and Dressage Trainer)