Welcome to the Pendarves EC

On 10 May, the government confirmed changes to what's allowed in relation to sport and physical activity as part of the next phase of its response to the Covid-19 outbreak. It's been confirmed that from Wednesday 13 May:
People can go outside more than once a day for exercise if they're following social distancing guidelines, are alone, with members of their household, or with one person from outside their household. People must still only exercise in groups of no more than two people, unless exercising with their household.
Any facilities associated with outdoor sports and physical activities can reopen from Wednesday 13 May 2020, if those responsible for them feel ready to do so and if they can do so safely, and in line with this and related public health guidance.

Sport England has given this release. Pendarves EC is therefore open for training- initially flatwork or dressage.
Please only two household members, leave half hour slots free to ensure no meeting other people and please book online in the same way as usual.
Contact me if you need more info.


About Us.

Pendarves Equestrian & Training Centre is a holistic community location that offers a wide range of equestrian and training opportunities for people of all levels.  Anyone is welcome.  Robert and Sally Weedon are passionate about providing local people with resources to be able to pursue their dreams.  They have many years experience in the equestrian field, Sally being a competitor herself and both committee member of the Troon Horse Show.  This experience is evident in the way that the equestrian centre has been developed and styled.  Why they have provided this centre?  Because they love what they do.



The services provided are:


40 by 50 warm up floodlit

Floodlit  fiberlok sports premix 65 by 48 main arena


Surface holding area

Grass arena 90 by 60

2nd Grass Arena 90 x 100m



Sound System

Full set of Show Jumps and working hunter jumps in season

60x 20 and 40 x 20 dressage arena markers available for the main arena


Accessible from Camborne - Plenty of Room for HGVs

No responsibility will be excepted by the organisers or there staff for loss or damage or injury.   Remember horse riding can be a dangerous sport , so make sure your covered by your own insurance.