Turville Valley Stud is a Classical Training Centre specialising in producing horses and riders for todays competition

Mr 'T'  Some sad news. Eric Thurman, Angela and Diane’s father passed away on Saturday night, peacefully at home following illness. He was 83. ‘Mr T’, as he was affectionately known by many, was Nans right hand man in starting up Turville Valley Stud and remained so for many years. Fondly remembered for whistling the ponies down from the hill on early mornings, driving the land rover full of eager headcollar armed children, taking the lead groups out on his bike shouting ‘up –down up-down’ as he ran the leaders legs off! So many memories. His funeral will take place at Turville Church on Thursday 12th February, 2pm.

Some sad news. Eric Thurman, Angela and Diane’s father passed away on Saturday night, peacefully at home following illness. He was 83. ‘Mr T’, as he was affectionately known by many, was Nans right hand man in starting up Turville Valley Stud and remained so for many years. Fondly remembered for whistling the ponies down from the hill on early mornings, driving the land rover full of eager headcollar armed children, taking the lead groups out on his bike shouting ‘up –down up-down’ as he ran the leaders legs off! So many memories. His funeral will take place at Turville Church on Thursday 12th February, 2pm.

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April 25th, 2015

Our next clinic will be on Sunday 3rd May

Our next clinic will be on Sunday 3rd May – ridden or in hand lessons with
Diane and Samantha. £50 per session. To book, please contact 01491 638454 or e-mail    thurmanbakers@btinternet.com