We are once again running an Equine Canada sanctioned horse trial at the farm. Please get out and support the only event in New Brunswick.
Don't wait until the last minute to get your memberships in order for this season.
Parking: We ask that all spectators park either in the field at the front of the property just up the driveway or in the Harvey High School parking lot, located across the road from Brae Fearann. There will be a parking attendant directing trailers as they arrive. Please, no exceptions to these rules as space is limited.
Directions: We are located in beautiful Harvey Station, New Brunswick. See complete directions.
Medical Assistance: Medical attendance and the ambulance will be on call for the Horse Trial. Brae Fearann is located almost across the street from the Harvey hospital.
Water: Water is available at the Event.
Stabling: We now offer limited on-site stabling with some additional stabling approximately 5 km from the Event. Please contact us as soon as possible should you require stabling so arrangements can be made. Please ensure that you have someone to hold your horse so that no horses are left tied to the outside of the horse trailer. We are located on a busy road and wish to minimize any possibility of a loose horse. Stabling is $30/night or $30 for day stalls during clinics and events. It is very unlikely day stalls will be available for the event.
Footing: The cross country courses have excellent grass footing with some gravel surfaces where required (on top of the banks). Corks are advised for pre-training and training as a safety precaution. The dressage ring is on sand with warm up on grass. Stadium will be on grass or sand. All warm up is on grass.
Canteen: A canteen run by horse show volunteers will offer on-site refreshments including: healthy snacks, light lunches, bottled water, coffee, juice, pop, and sweets.
Toilet: Potable toilet will be on-site for the Event.
Host: The Harvey Eventing Club is the host organization for shows and events held at Brae Fearann Equestrian Facility.
Entering Canada with a horse for less than 30 days: