Facility and Directions

Grass Jumper Ring

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Equestrian Centre

Brae Fearann's cross country course currently offers four levels: pre-entry, entry, pre-training and training. The courses span across acres of rolling hills and include a wide variety of challenging yet inviting obstacles. Jumps are located in open fields and tree lines and 50% of the jumps on each course are built at maximum height. Nervous parents, grooms and spouses will be happy to know that the land on which the cross country courses are built was designed to allow spectators easy viewing of the entire Entry level course as well as many of the PT and T levels jumps. For more information on the cross country courses, see the Horse Trial section of this website.

There is a 110 x 220 fenced sand ring, a variety of safe stadium jumps and two large fenced grass rings that can be used for schooling on grass, warm up for dressage or for the stadium portion of the Horse Trial.

Our barn, originally a dairy barn that housed close to 100 cows, is being extensively renovated into a horse barn. Currently, there is a five-stall private section with a 12 x 12 wash stall, a tack room, and a feed room and five permanent show stalls added in the main barn to accommodate summer boarders or clients during clinics, lessons and shows. In addition to the riding rings at Brae Fearann, one can also enjoy miles of hacking incorporating both open fields and scenic wood trails.

In 2011, we added prelim fences for training and held a prelim division at the fall Derby. In 2012, we added a pre-entry division of 10 fences on the cross country course.

For additional information on stabling, footing, general farm rules, etc. please see Horse Trial page of this website.

Directions

We are easy to find, only half an hour's drive from Fredericton. Situated 18 km off the Trans-Canada Highway on Route 3, the Village of Harvey is neatly tucked in amongst rolling hills and clear lakes. It is 50 km from Fredericton and 80 km from the US border in St. Stephen.

From Trans-Canada Highway
• Exit 258 St. Stephen/St. Andrews. Harvey is 18KM along Route #3.
• Farm is #2044 on the right of the main road, Route 3, after passing through the main village.
From Charlotte County
• Follow signs to Lawrence Station, then to Harvey Station.
• Farm is #2044 on the left of the main road, Route 3, just before you enter the village.
From Maine
• Take Interstate 95 north towards Houlton. The border crossing is about 5km past Houlton.
• Proceed along Highway 2 south-east towards Fredericton.
• Exit St. Stephen/St. Andrews (Exit 258) towards Harvey Station.
• Farm is #2044 on the right of the main road, Route 3, after passing through the main village.

American Competitors

Entering Canada with a horse for less than 30 days:

Local Amenities

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Unlike other rural Events, Brae Fearann is located within the village of Harvey. As such, Harvey boasts many amenities to meet all your needs during your stay at Brae Fearann. You are within walking distance to a grocery store, a pub, a variety/hardware store, a bank (with ATM), a liquor store, a hospital, and a local camping ground on beautiful Harvey Lake.