Brightling Park Horse Trials are held in the beautiful Sussex parkland which surrounds the manor house, called Rose Hill when owned by John "Mad Jack" Fuller.
Brightling Park Horse Trial entrants compete in three different phases: Dressage, Cross-country and Show Jumping. Four different levels of riders are represented: Pre-novice, Novice, Intermediate and Advanced. In the past, over 400 horses have competed, many of which are from South East England.
Sign post near Brightling on the weekend of the Horse Trials
"Brightling Park is situated in East Sussex between Tunbridge Wells and Hastings. It is owned by brothers Gardie and Henry Grissell. It consists of 500 acres (162 hectares) of parkland in one of the most beautiful and picturesque areas of the South East of England. Henry is a professional farmer and runs the agricultural enterprises on the estate whilst Gardie runs the equine departments"
Imagine your wedding or function held in the grounds of Brightling Park. It is available as a venue for hire. The website provides links to caterers, marquee hire etc to help you plan your event.
Di and Gardie Grissell of Brightling Park are very experienced and professional trainers of jump racing horses. See their website for information on how you can become a race horse owner. Sisters Rose and Hannah Grissell train point to point horses making Brightling Park a real family venture.