Ploughing with Heavy Horses
A day giving participants the opportunity to work with the Museum’s team of heavy horses and have a thoroughly enjoyable day. The course is hands-on and very physical.
On this day participants will learn the basics of ploughing, including preparing the harness and the plough for work in the field. Beginners and improvers equally welcome.
Andrew Robinson is the Weald & Downland Museum’s working animal’s supervisor. Responsible for taking care of the Museum’s three heavy horses and working with them.
Lunch is included, please bring any other refreshment you may need. Everyone must wear sensible warm and waterproof clothing and suitable steel toe-cap footwear and gloves
Fee & Refreshments
£90 per person per day, including tuition and a light lunch, please bring any other refreshments you may need and please let the Museum in advance if you have any dietary requirements.Book course