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Winter 2022 update: We have had such a wonderful year here at the rapidly evolving Wild Acres! Our activities are now drawing to a close, as we begin to plan our 2023 events and developments. Please do take a look at our provisional calendar for next year, and get in touch if you would like to be kept up to date as our journey continues!
Spring 2022 update. We have a busy programme in place for the coming months , and are now accepting new clients for our popular groundwork sessions using Positive Reinforcement training. To register your interest in our monthly workshops, weekend clinics or residential training please complete the form here
We continue to run activities for those aged 7 -16years. Yard mice (13-16 year olds) takes place each Saturday morning from 9am-12pm.
Clicker Club (7-13 years) restarts fortnightly sessions on March 5th.
To register your interest please complete the form here:
Freelance sessions are also available for Fresh Start Scheme Consults. These can be at your own premises or on site at Nine Acres. Please complete the Fresh Start Application Form and we will be in contact with you within 48 hours.
Please note we are not currently accepting clients for ridden sessions as many of our older horses and ponies have expressed their wish to remain retired following Covid closures. All of our equines remain our responsibility until the end of their days. As and when they move on to pastures in the sky we look forward to working with rescue or native bred ponies, allowing our clients to be involved in the full experiencing of training an unstarted horse from scratch using reward based training.
Nine Acres is located in an idyllic country setting at Mattishall, near Dereham, just 10 minutes from the A47. We offer a range of services, specialising in thetraining of both horse and rider, from newcomers to the sport to affiliated competitors. We are committed to making a positive difference to all of those wishing to expand their knowledge and do their best for their horses or ponies while enjoying the wonderful place in which we live.